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  • Dishing on dining

    Dishing on dining
    Q: You have a pretty big audience of friends. I bet they have the some of the same questions for you that I have. When you eat out, do you go with a group of people? Do you order extra dishes just so you can taste them? Do you take notes while you are...
  • Pizza Compass app guides users toward tasty meals

    Pizza Compass app guides users toward tasty meals
    Welcome to the 21st century, where a compass can be used to find the nearest pizza place. Thanks to Pizza Compass, an app released Tuesday, iPhone users can now turn their smartphones into their own personal guides toward melted cheese, warm crust and...
  • Web Buzz: Springpad to a memorable trip

    With this app, collect and organize vacation ideas before your trip, as well as digital memorabilia afterward. Name: Springpad Available for: iOS, Android What it does: Saves notes, photos, videos, to-do lists, audio, books, music and more to...
  • Verizon to offer free Wi-Fi at Staples Center, Nokia Plaza

    Verizon to offer free Wi-Fi at Staples Center, Nokia Plaza
    Going to a large sporting event usually means you won't have Internet connection until you leave the stadium, but Los Angeles' Staples Center will no longer have that problem. The arena, which is home to the Lakers, Clippers and the Kings, has been...
  • Civility symposium delves into the technology gap between generations

    Civility symposium delves into the technology gap between generations
    A grinning teenage girl confesses to the camera in a YouTube video sponsored by the Howard County Public Library that she checks her texts and emails "an inappropriate number of times a day." With a quick laugh and a shrug, she seems to say, "Who doesn't?...
  • Government shutdown: Obamacare dodges a bullet

    Government shutdown: Obamacare dodges a bullet
    The bullet, of course, is the disastrous rollout of the government's sign-up website for federal health insurance exchanges, which has prevented countless Americans from signing up for health coverage. The dodge was graciously provided by the House...
  • Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer top Forbes' highest-paid TV actors list

    Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer top Forbes' highest-paid TV actors list
    Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer, stars of the CBS comedy "Two and a Half Men," have been named the highest-paid TV actors of 2013 by Forbes magazine. Despite flagging viewership as of late, the show makes most of its dough in syndication, which keeps its...
  • Why public employees should have the right to strike

    Why public employees should have the right to strike
    It would take a finely tuned instrument to measure the speed with which a strike by public employees is followed by politicians calling for a ban on this fundamental right of organized labor. Sure enough, the ink wasn't dry on the settlement ending the...
  • Google shuts down iGoogle, which joins long line of shuttered services

    Google kicked off November by killing off one of its little-used features. The Mountain View, Calif., company got rid of iGoogle, a tool that let users set up personalized home page on their Web browser. The service was essentially Google's version of...
  • Google Maps update for Android adds traffic reroutes, discovery

    Google Maps update for Android adds traffic reroutes, discovery
    Google Maps is making it easier to use the app to bypass traffic jams on the fly and to find highly rated places. An update Wednesday for the Android version of Google Maps app adds a new discovery feature and the ability to reroute navigation...
  • Unauthorized play about Oscar-winner Haing S. Ngor causes friction

    Haing S. Ngor won an Academy Award for portraying a survivor of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime in the 1984 movie "The Killing Fields," but his own life story offers an equally riveting and dramatic tale. That's the audience hook for a new stage play...