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  • With One M8, HTC gives smartphone users a choice: Android or Windows?

    It’s hard to get excited about using the Windows Phone operating system instead of Android or Apple’s iOS. There’s a long list of official apps that can’t be downloaded, including YouTube, Snapchat, Dropbox and Lyft. But...
  • Taiwan growth outlook brightens as factories gear up for smartphone demand

    Taiwan growth outlook brightens as factories gear up for smartphone demand
    The launch of new tech products such as Apple's iPhone 6 will help Taiwan remain one of Asia's stronger exporters, bolstering its economic prospects this year amid a patchy global recovery. After the government raised Taiwan's GDP outlook for 2014 last...
  • More companies adding video to personalize online customer service

    More companies adding video to personalize online customer service
    In a hurry on a sizzling July morning, Veronica Vallejos opted for the drive-through ATM at Visterra Credit Union in Moreno Valley. After pulling under a carport, she leaned out her window and found to her surprise, a screen lit up with Regina's smiling...
  • 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......
  • Southern California is emerging market for online video start-ups

    Southern California is emerging market for online video start-ups
    Fans once lined up at Tower Records on Sunset Strip to get autographs from legends such as Aerosmith and Mariah Carey. Tourists still pose by the iconic building, but it's the new name on the door — Flipagram — and not the musical lore that'...
  • Union calls for Deasy to report to 'teacher jail' during iPad inquiry

    Union calls for Deasy to report to 'teacher jail' during iPad inquiry
    Los Angeles teachers union president¬†Alex Caputo-Pearl on Wednesday called on L.A. Schools chief John Deasy to report to “teacher jail” — district offices that house instructors who are facing allegations of misconduct — while...
  • Supt. Deasy's early and avid support of iPads under intense scrutiny

     Supt. Deasy's early and avid support of iPads under intense scrutiny
    The pitch came from a smiling man in a jacket and tie, sitting at his desk and rhapsodizing about the wonders one product could bring to the sprawling Los Angeles Unified School District. The new item would lead to "huge leaps in what's possible for...
  • Consumer Reports: Mobile check deposit: pros and cons

    If you thought depositing checks into your bank account would never be anything other than a mundane but mandatory chore, perhaps you haven't heard of the bank-check selfie, more formally known among bankers as "remote deposit capture." Consumer...
  • Apple to add security alerts for iCloud users, says Cook: WSJ

    Apple Inc. is planning additional steps to keep hackers out of user accounts in the face of the recent celebrity photo scandal and will aggressively encourage users to take stricter security measures, CEO Tim cook told the Wall Street Journal in an...
  • Chopsticks and smartphone app help Chinese detect bad cooking oil

    Chopsticks and smartphone app help Chinese detect bad cooking oil
    With about 3.5 million tons of illegally reprocessed cooking oil returning to dinner tables each year, Chinese consumers are desperately looking for an easy way to help them determine if the oil they use is safe. Baidu, China’s largest Internet...
  • 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'...