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  • New health apps, games reward patients who take their meds

    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A group of ex-gaming industry executives say they can use their design chops to solve a major health challenge: Sick patients neglecting to take their medication and costing employers and insurance providers billions of dollars....
  • Chinese group proposes to buy U.S. chipmaker OmniVision

    (Reuters) - U.S. digital imaging chipmaker OmniVision Technologies Inc said it received a buyout proposal from a group of Chinese investors, including a state-owned firm. The proposed buyout values OmniVision at about $1.7 billion, but would almost...
  • Applied Materials profit beats on memory chip demand

    (Reuters) - Chip-equipment maker Applied Materials Inc reported a better-than-expected third-quarter profit as contract manufacturers spend more on technology used to make smartphone and memory chips. The company also forecast current-quarter adjusted...
  • Lenovo profit jumps a better-than-expected 23 percent

    Lenovo's gains in the intensely competitive PC and smartphone markets enabled the company to post a 23 percent jump in quarterly profit and exceed analysts' expectations. Meanwhile, CEO Yang Yuanqing told Bloomberg News that the company still anticipates...
  • Wonder Woman visits Gotham in Gail Simone’s ‘Sensation Comics’ No. 1

     
    A feminist icon in a genre dominated by male characters, Wonder Woman has always been a pioneer in superhero comics, […]...
  • Radio Disney to Sell 23 Stations, Lay Off Nearly 200

    By Jethro Nededog LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - Radio Disney will be selling 23 of its 24 radio stations across the United States, effective Sept. 26. As part of the changes, 184 positions (about eight per unloaded station) will be eliminated at the...
  • 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...
  • New Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure faces great expectations

    Great expectations await Marcelo Claure, who on Monday morning started his new job atop Sprint Corp. The handpicked choice of Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son is under pressure to produce results that have eluded the nation's third-largest wireless...
  • UCF optics whiz turns lab work into marketable products

    UCF optics whiz turns lab work into marketable products
    Like a kindly uncle, physicist Shin-Tson Wu banters with his students as they work in an optics lab at the University of Central Florida. They become respectfully silent, however, when he sits down at a microscope to peer at the pixels of an iPhone...
  • 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...
  • 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...