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  • App review: FingerKey allows Mac login with TouchID

    Apple loves giving its new gadgets TouchID. Apple loves it so much, sometimes it's the only thing it adds, but Macs have yet to receive any TouchID love. That's where FingerKey steps in. Right now for only iOS and Macs (though Windows and Linux are in...
  • 23,000 United flight attendants getting iPhones to improve service

    23,000 United flight attendants getting iPhones to improve service
    United Airlines flight attendants will be getting iPhone 6 Plus smartphones to use as onboard cash registers and eventually to store their safety manuals, replacing paper ones, the airline said Wednesday. The airline said it will begin distributing...
  • Q&A: Shaun Rein, China expert, on why the nation has traded copying for innovation

    For years, American firms far and wide have bemoaned Chinese copycats. But these days, the water-cooler chatter in Silicon Valley has turned to the meteoric rise of Alibaba, which in September sparked the world's largest IPO. With millions of users and...
  • Dr. Phil's startup launches video visits with U.S. therapists

    Doctor On Demand is thelatest Silicon Valley startup to bet that people will turn tomobile devices for confidential counseling. The company has launched a web and mobile service to connectpeople with its network of U.S. psychologists. The Doctor OnDemand...
  • Dr. Phil's startup launches video visits with therapists

    Dr. Phil's startup launches video visits with therapists
    Doctor On Demand is the latest Silicon Valley startup to bet that people will turn to mobile devices for confidential counseling.  The company has launched a web and mobile service to connect people with its network of U.S. psychologists. The Doctor On...
  • Unlocked Apple iPad 2 for $229

    Unlocked Apple iPad 2 for $229
    Here's an incredible deal: An unlocked Apple iPad 2 16 GB with Wi-Fi + 3G for $229 from DailySteals.com. Surf, shop and read on the 9.7-inch refurbished, unlocked AT&T tablet. It comes with a 90 day warranty so you can be confident in your purchase....
  • 'Heads Up!' beats 'Minecraft' as top paid iPhone app in 2014

    'Heads Up!' beats 'Minecraft' as top paid iPhone app in 2014
    Ellen DeGeneres' quiz-game "Heads Up!" surpassed "Minecraft" as the most-downloaded paid iPhone app this year, Apple announced Monday. "Heads Up!," which sells for 99 cents, was published by Warner Bros. and is based on a similar card game DeGeneres...
  • Digital Savant: Stylish tech for the fashionable gadget lover

    Remember how ugly our technology used to be? There were always exceptions, but for a long time, giving someone the gift of a plastic Bluetooth earpiece or a leather protective case for their cellphone (let's hear it for belt-clip holsters!) meant...
  • How will Google, Apple shake up car insurance industry?

    How will Google, Apple shake up car insurance industry?
    Car insurance industry, meet potential disrupters Google and Apple. Currently, nearly all mainstream insurers that offer driver-monitoring programs use relatively expensive devices that plug into a portal under the dashboard. Usage-based insurance...
  • Was Apple's FairPlay worse for the record labels than for consumers?

    Melanie Wilson and Marianna Rosen's lawsuit against Apple finally made it to federal court this week, nearly a decade after they accused the company of using its iTunes software and iPod music players to impede competition and hurt consumers. But they may...
  • How L.A. Unified got its iPad contract

    How L.A. Unified got its iPad contract
    Was the Los Angeles Unified School District's $1.3-billion iPads-for-all program handled properly? This question has been debated for more than a year — and took on new urgency this week after FBI agents removed 20 boxes of records from school...