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  • Sony to sell PC division, spin off TV business, lay off thousands

    Sony Corp., a struggling electronics maker trying to regain its once stalwart status, is undertaking a major restructuring that includes the sale of its PC division, a spinoff of its TV business and layoffs of thousands of employees. The Japanese tech...
  • In China, Apple will engrave iPads — if the words aren't too political

    BEIJING — Want to engrave a few words in Chinese on your new iPad? No problem — Apple offers consumers in mainland China free personalization. Just don't get too political. Say you type in the Dalai Lama's name in Chinese characters into...
  • T-Mobile to sell LTE iPads at the same price as Wi-Fi-only models

    T-Mobile to sell LTE iPads at the same price as Wi-Fi-only models
    T-Mobile announced that it will sell iPads capable of connecting to LTE networks at the same price as iPads that can only connect to Wi-Fi networks, essentially offering customers a $130 discount on the Apple tablets. The Seattle-based carrier said...
  • BlackBerry wins ruling against Ryan Seacrest firm's iPhone keyboard

    BlackBerry wins ruling against Ryan Seacrest firm's iPhone keyboard
    In an early win for BlackBerry, a start-up co-founded by Ryan Seacrest has been banned from selling its iPhone keyboard. BlackBerry sued Typo Products in January, alleging that Typo's iPhone case -- which includes a physical keyboard -- copies...
  • Net neutrality is dead. Bow to Comcast and Verizon, your overlords

    Advocates of a free and open Internet could see this coming, but today's ruling from a Washington appeals court striking down the FCC's rules protecting the open net was worse than the most dire forecasts. It was "even more emphatic and disastrous than...
  • Best deals from the Sunday ads

    Best deals from the Sunday ads
    These are the top deals from the newspaper ads on Sunday, Feb. 23. Dollar Tree: Light bulbs A three-pack of Sunbeam 60-watt incandescent bulbs are, like everything else at this store, just a buck. Target: Gift card offers Buy three U by Kotex...
  • Cluing in AT&T to its own rules

    Cluing in AT&T to its own rules
    Marty Tudor's 19-year-old daughter has just left for a semester of study in the Netherlands, which is very cool. What's not cool is that AT&T told Tudor it wouldn't unlock her iPhone 5 so she could use it with a local service while abroad, even though...
  • New Apple TV set-top box expected in first half of 2014, report says

    Apple will likely introduce a new Apple TV set-top box in the first half of 2014, according to a report Thursday. The Cupertino, Calif., tech giant's upcoming Apple TV will feature a new app store, according to 9to5Mac, a tech news site known for its...
  • How Steve Jobs' Macintosh failed and still changed computing

    This morning much of the tech world is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the original Macintosh computer. It was Jan. 24, 1984, when a young Steve Jobs -- sporting a goofy bow tie -- stepped onto a stage in Cupertino, Calif., and unveiled the...
  • Camera makers face shakeout as smartphones shatter mirrorless hopes

    Camera makers face shakeout as smartphones shatter mirrorless hopes
    TOKYO (Reuters) - Panasonic Corp and Japan's other mid-tier camera makers have a battle on their hands to win over a smartphone "selfie" generation to mirrorless cameras that held such promise when they were launched around five years ago. Panasonic,...
  • California utility regulator talks renewable energy, safety and more

    California utility regulator talks renewable energy, safety and more
    After coping with the June shutdown of the San Onofre nuclear power plant near San Clemente, the fallout from a fatal 2010 explosion of a natural gas pipeline in the Bay Area and a batch of consumer protection issues, the state's Public Utilities...