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  • Taxi, limo companies vent to police over Uber invasion

    Taxi, limo companies vent to police over Uber invasion
    Orlando's taxi and limo companies met Friday with the Orlando police division that regulates them to complain about what they see as a major threat: Uber, the smartphone-based ridesharing company that hit town this month. The meeting follows a...
  • Kevin Hunt: Review: Livescribe 3 Smartpen Transfers Written Content Via Bluetooth

    Kevin Hunt: Review: Livescribe 3 Smartpen Transfers Written Content Via Bluetooth
    If Watson, IBM's cognitive computer and "Jeopardy!" winner, were taking notes while working with students at Ohio State University this summer or dreaming up another barbecue sauce recipe, it'd probably reach for a Livescribe 3 smartpen. In human...
  • VidCon: Channeling the YouTube faithful

    VidCon: Channeling the YouTube faithful
    Want to be a YouTube star? There's a convention for that. About 18,000 video content creators, viral video stars and their fans are expected to pack the Anaheim Convention Center for the fifth annual VidCon. The three-day conference, which kicked...
  • Target's test store mines ideas for engaging consumers

    Most shoppers who frequent the Target store at the Quarry in northeast Minneapolis don't realize it's become a test store and that they've involuntarily become the company's guinea pigs. But many have taken notice of the revamped departments and new...
  • Fans skip work, yell at TV, and U.S. wins by losing

    Fans skip work, yell at TV, and U.S. wins by losing
    The possibilities were as dizzying as a Tim Howard punt into the muggy Brazilian sky. If the United States could beat or tie Germany in Thursday's crucial game, it would advance to the knockout round of the World Cup for the fourth time in 64 years....
  • Orlando tickets drivers, tows cars in Uber crackdown

    Orlando tickets drivers, tows cars in Uber crackdown
    Three weeks after Uber brought its not-quite-a-taxi service to Orlando, City Hall has fired the first shot in the "rideshare" war by ticketing five drivers and towing their vehicles. The undercover sting happened Tuesday evening, the night before Uber...
  • Google unveils products, updates that tie everything together

    Google unveils products, updates that tie everything together
    Google wants to be everywhere in your life, all the time. In a marathon keynote address Wednesday at Google I/O 2014, its annual developers conference, the Mountain View, Calif., company rolled out a mix of new products and updates to older ones....
  • Google shows off watches, cars and TVs using Android software

    SAN FRANCISCO Google Inc. touted new models of smart watches, connected cars and Internet-enabled TVs on Wednesday, all based on the company's Android software, as the giant tech company showed its determination to extend its services into just about...
  • Continuous Android in everything is Google's goal

    SAN FRANCISCO Google is expanding its Android operating system to a wide range of connected products and seeking to make the experience identical and continual across wearable devices, cars and homes, the company stressed Wednesday in the kickoff to I/O,...
  • Need a doctor? Take this app and call one to your door

    Marcus Welby, welcome to the 21st century. If the fictional Santa Monica doctor from the early 1970s were still plying his trade today, patients would be able to find him at the touch of a smartphone application. He would listen to their woes and conduct...
  • Troy Wolverton: Facebook changes tracking practices � again

    Facebook users beware: The company has yet again unilaterally changed its mind about its data collection practices. As users should know, that's not a good thing for their privacy. Earlier this month, the dominant social network announced that it's...