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  • For blind bus riders, a new app boosts independence

    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – A new smartphone app helps blind people navigate public transit in the Seattle area. The app, called StopInfo, is integrated into a popular existing app called OneBusAway that gives real time information on the location...
  • KFWB switching to all-sports format as AM radio fights for survival

    KFWB switching to all-sports format as AM radio fights for survival
    AM radio, the scratchy medium that long ago aired Franklin Delano Roosevelt's fireside chats, soap operas and the day's most popular music, is trying to avoid becoming static. Across the country, stations are vying to hold on to listeners as AM radio'...
  • Frankfurt court bans Uber taxi services across Germany

    Frankfurt court bans Uber taxi services across Germany
    A German regional court has issued a temporary injunction against Uber, the fast-growing, U.S.-based online chauffeur service which is no stranger to legal challenges from taxi-cab rivals and regulators around the globe. In its ruling, the Frankfurt...
  • Android Users Could Face Problems in the 2014 Chevy Impala

     
    When it came time to first plug my Samsung Galaxy S3 phone into Cars.com's 2014 Chevrolet Impala long-term test car's USB port, the dreaded "Device not supported" message showed up. As a non-iPhone user, it's a message I'm accustomed to......
  • L.A. Unified can't account for $2 million in computers, audit says

    More than $2 million worth of Los Angeles Unified computers, mostly iPads, could not be accounted for during a recent audit by the school system's inspector general. The review also found that the school district lacked an effective tracking system...
  • Park Ridge may raise meter rates

    Park Ridge may raise meter rates
    Park Ridge residents and visitors may need to enjoy the city's 25-cents-per-hour parking rate while they still can. That fee, which officials say is among the lowest in the North and Northwest suburbs, is almost certain to rise in the near future to...
  • LAUSD officials had close ties with Apple, Pearson execs, records show

    Los Angeles schools Supt. John Deasy and his chief deputy developed a special relationship with executives from the companies that won a key technology contract, records show, raising new questions about the bidding process in a $1-billion effort to...
  • How Sprint's Family Share Pack plan compares to AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile

    How Sprint's Family Share Pack plan compares to AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile
    With a new chief executive at the helm, Sprint this week announced an aggressively priced plan that launches Friday and heavily caters toward families of four or more who use large amounts of data.  ------------ FOR THE RECORD An earlier version...
  • China targets own operating system to take on likes of Microsoft, Google

    China targets own operating system to take on likes of Microsoft, Google
    China could have a new homegrown operating system by October to take on imported rivals such as Microsoft Corp, Google Inc and Apple Inc, Xinhua news agency said on Sunday. Computer technology became an area of tension between China and the United States...
  • New College Football Hall of Fame a treat for fans of the sport

    New College Football Hall of Fame a treat for fans of the sport
    The college football season doesn't officially kick off until later this week, but fans looking to brush up on the history and pageantry of the sport need look no further than Atlanta. The new College Football Hall of Fame held its grand opening...
  • 'Console Wars' revisits the '90s clash between Sega and Nintendo

    In the "console wars" of the early 1990s, I was in the trenches. Joystick in hand, I fought under the banner of Super Mario for Nintendo against the evil Sega and its not-so-super Sonic the Hedgehog. At least, that was how it felt in elementary school....