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  • Sony Is Keeping PlayStation's Internet TV Options Open

    When Sony launches the PlayStation 4 this week, the tricked-out $399 console will have a number of new features -- but it won't give gamers a way to watch live TV channels. In an interview, Mike Aragon, VP and GM of global digital video and music...
  • Latest scams lure you with promises of Disney and sold-out show tickets

     
    I'm once again flooded with reports of the latest scams hitting both locally and nationally. Here's what you need to know to stay safe. Don't let ticket scams ruin your Disney vacation Buying counterfeit tickets online won't get you into......
  • Robert B. Reich: Washington turns its back on Great Recession victims

    How to explain this paradox? Starting Nov. 1, more than 47 million Americans lost some or all of their food stamp benefits. House Republicans are pushing for further cuts. If the sequester isn't stopped, everything else poor and working-class Americans...
  • Letter: Energy comparisons could hurt customers

    Re: “Power comparisons pay off,” Oct. 11. The bimonthly Opower reports compare a consumer's energy use with a composite of their neighbor's usage. I find these mailings irritating and mean-spirited. They employ 'big brother' manipulation,...
  • E-haggling only way to buy a car in the digital age

     
    Sunday's print column I had two small moments of triumph in the process of buying a new car recently. 1. During the final stages of negotiations, a sales manager — the dreaded "bad cop" who taps in for the salesman......
  • CEO Dick Costolo is helping Twitter IPO take flight

    SAN FRANCISCO — Dick Costolo doesn't fit the profile of a typical tech start-up chief executive. He's not a twentysomething college dropout. He didn't start Twitter Inc. in his dorm room. And he doesn't wear a hoodie. At 50, with a balding...
  • After Ford christening at Newport News Shipyard, the hard work begins

    After Ford christening at Newport News Shipyard, the hard work begins
    Saturday's christening of the aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford wouldn't be possible without the work of 5,000 shipbuilders, some 200,000 gallons of paint and enough fiber optic cable to reach the International Space Station about three times. But for the...
  • Apple Hires Cable Guy to Work on Mystery Project

    Apple has hired longtime cable engineering exec Jean-François Mulé -- whose background includes developing TV apps and Internet voice and video technologies -- to do... something. Mulé, previously senior VP of technology development at the operator-...
  • Keshet International, Dick Clark Prods. Form Unscripted Production Company

    Keshet International and DC Media, the parent company of Dick Clark Prods., have formed unscripted production company Keshet DCP. The joint venture shingle will be dedicated to developing, financing and production unscripted programs primarily for...
  • Turner Nets Go Dark on Washington Post Co.'s Cable One, While Verizon FiOS Renews Pact

    About 600,000 customers of Washington Post Co.-owned Cable One lost access to Turner Broadcasting System's cable channels Tuesday -- which the programmer said is the first blackout in its history -- after the companies could not reach a deal on carriage...
  • Comcast downplays Netflix talks, still adding broadband subscribers

    Comcast downplays Netflix talks, still adding broadband subscribers
    Comcast executives downplayed speculation that it was near a deal with Netflix to add the streaming service to its cable set-top boxes. On a conference call with analysts to discuss the cable and programming giant's third-quarter results, Comcast...