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  • Amazon orders three more TV pilots to beef up its Prime Instant Video

    Amazon orders three more TV pilots to beef up its Prime Instant Video
    Amazon Studios has put into production three comedy pilots as the online retail giant deepens its investment in original content for its Prime Instant Video streaming service. The studio struck deals with several established Hollywood writers and...
  • III Points Festival: A music, art and technology throwdown

    III Points Festival: A music, art and technology throwdown
    A recent study of the post-crisis American economy suggests that cities that promote knowledge and creativity will be future “boom towns.” The founders of the III Points Festival are ready to light the fuse in Wynwood this weekend.     In an...
  • Cable One's fight with Turner Broadcasting: Inside program packaging

    Cable One's fight with Turner Broadcasting: Inside program packaging
    A dispute between Time Warner's Turner Broadcasting unit and a small cable operator has turned particularly nasty and is shining a brighter light on how programmers package their channels for sale to distributors. Cable One, which has 730,000...
  • Despite early struggles, Microsoft pushes ahead with Surface tablets

    Despite early struggles, Microsoft pushes ahead with Surface tablets
    Microsoft had a rough go with the first generation of its Surface tablets, but the company hasn't let those early struggles deter its mission to compete in the tablet market. The first set of Surface tablets -- the RT and the Pro -- was slow to sell, so...
  • Fiber-optic network lighting aspirations across state

    Fiber-optic network lighting aspirations across state
    Hundreds of miles of new fiber-optic cable about as thick as a garden hose are lighting 21st-century ambitions from one end of Maryland to the other. Economic development officials imagine businesses opening or expanding thanks to more robust Internet...
  • Data, credit card numbers for 2.9 million Adobe users stolen

    Data, credit card numbers for 2.9 million Adobe users stolen
    Adobe announced Thursday that it was the victim of a hack and that personal data for 2.9 million users were stolen. The software company, known for Photoshop and other programs, said cyber attackers were able to access user information, including...
  • Silk Road arrest exposes a hidden Internet

    Silk Road arrest exposes a hidden Internet
    The end came quickly for Silk Road, when federal agents crept in to nab the alleged kingpin of the secret $1.2 billion online drug marketplace as he sat at his laptop in the sci-fi section of a San Francisco public library. Within hours, though, many...
  • Oil price gaming allegations may get another look

    Oil price gaming allegations may get another look
    SACRAMENTO — California drivers have suffered through dozens of unexpected gasoline-price spikes over the last decade, and just about every incident has spurred allegations of market manipulation and politicians' demands for investigations. But...
  • Why box-office surprises are becoming more common

    The numbers said "Kick-Ass 2" was going to do just that. Before its theatrical release, audience tracking surveys estimated the superhero action-comedy could gross as much as $25 million its opening weekend. Instead, the sequel took in only $13...
  • HBCU presidents believe court ruling could bring more resources

    HBCU presidents believe court ruling could bring more resources
    Presidents of the state's historically black colleges and universities said Tuesday that a federal court ruling ordering remedies for persistent segregative policies in Maryland higher education could result in new opportunities and resources for their...
  • Kathleen Sebelius defends Obamacare on 'Daily Show with Jon Stewart'

    When the first thing Jon Stewart brought up was the technical problems that have bedeviled the rollout of Obamacare, Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius should have known the interview wasn't going to be a walk in the park. Sebelius...