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  • Wearable devices are unlikely to be big sellers, analysts say

    Wearable devices are unlikely to be big sellers, analysts say
    Is wearable tech already wearing thin? Despite the hype for upcoming products from Apple Inc., Google Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co., a number of analysts say Internet-connected personal devices such as smartwatches and fitness bands — so-called...
  • Levi's Stadium to offer 49ers fans high-tech treats

    SANTA CLARA, Calif. Along with their replica jerseys, homemade signs and foam "We're No. 1" fingers, football fans will want to take one other essential piece of gear when they attend games at the new Levi's Stadium a smartphone. Thanks to a new app...
  • Pasadena ad-tech start-up Perfect Market acquired by Taboola

    Pasadena ad-tech start-up Perfect Market acquired by Taboola
    Taboola, a New York online advertising and publishing start-up, has acquired Pasadena-based rival Perfect Market. The terms of the sale were not disclosed but the acquisition brings together two start-ups that provide services for increasing traffic and...
  • As cash and sales fall, RadioShack needs a reboot

    RadioShack sales keep dropping, cash is going fast and the stock trades for half a buck. Heck, one analyst has a target price of zero. So why doesn't RadioShack declare bankruptcy already? Maybe that won't fix the problem. American Airlines used Chapter...
  • Customer service for new cellphone is never a direct line [For Better or Worse]

    Customer service for new cellphone is never a direct line [For Better or Worse]
    Originally, mobile phones were the size, shape and heft of your average brick. People would walk down the street yelling, "Guess where I'm calling from!" into the mouthpiece. Now we have "smartphones." Ironically, it's the user who has to be smart to...
  • Snowden leaks spur new crop of secure phones, communications

    Snowden leaks spur new crop of secure phones, communications
    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Public concerns about the U.S. government's secretive surveillance programs exposed by Edward Snowden have spawned a slew of encryption products and privacy services that aim to make electronic spying more difficult. Two...
  • Activision quarterly revenue tops forecasts ahead of new game releases

    Activision quarterly revenue tops forecasts ahead of new game releases
    Strong online sales of "World of Warcraft" and "Hearthstone" pushed Activision Blizzard Inc. past revenue forecasts, the video game publisher said Tuesday. The Santa Monica game developer posted a profit of $204 million in the second quarter, down 37%...
  • Bill that would require smartphone kill switches is close to passage

    Lawmakers have flipped the kill switch again, and legislation nearly defeated by the powerful wireless communications industry appears close to passage. At stake is a bill that would allow owners to remotely deactivate their smartphones if they are...
  • The taxi wars [Editorial]

    The taxi wars  [Editorial]
    The Maryland Public Service Commission's decision this week to classify the ride-sharing service Uber as a common carrier is probably not the end of the story as to whether the company will continue its operations in Baltimore City and Annapolis. Uber has...
  • Kids rude at restaurants? Tell parents something they don't know.

    Kids rude at restaurants? Tell parents something they don't know.
    As the father of 2-year-old twins, I'll readily concede that small children can be loud, unpredictable, distracting, mean, insufferable little tyrants. In fact, I'll concede it so readily that I don't have to be told as much by the fine diners smugly...
  • Shazam expands to Mac computers

    Shazam expands to Mac computers
    On its quest to get its technology on as many of your devices as possible, Shazam has released a new version of its audio-identification service built for Apple computers. Shazam for Mac, available now on the Web and the Apple App Store, marks the...