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  • Fantasy football mailbag: How could you forget Denard Robinson?

    I knew this was coming. I left Jacksonville Jaguars running back Denard Robinson off my list of top waiver wire finds for Week 8, and I figured someone would question my sanity. Even my editor brought him up. Sure enough, I got a question from a Google+...
  • Yahoo's Tumblr Enhances Video Player, But It's Still No YouTube Killer

    Tumblr, the micro-blogging site Yahoo acquired last year for $1.1 billion, has rolled out new features to make itself a better home for video. But despite speculation that it's aiming to become a rival to Google's YouTube, Tumblr still has a long way to...
  • Google execs discuss regulation, innovation and bobble-heads

    Google execs discuss regulation, innovation and bobble-heads
    Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg help run Google, one of the world's best-known, most successful — and most controversial — companies. They've just published a new book, "How Google Works," a guide to managing what they call "smart...
  • Dania Beach tech firm gets investment from Google, Qualcomm

    Dania Beach tech firm gets investment from Google, Qualcomm
    Magic Leap, a tech firm in Dania Beach, has completed a $542 million round of financing led by Google, with participation from Qualcomm. The proceeds, announced Tuesday, will be used to accelerate product development and commercialize what it...
  • YouTube Stars The Slow Mo Guys Featured in Rovio's Retro 'Retry' Game

    Google's YouTube and Rovio Entertainment announced a pact under which content from YouTube stars The Slow Mo Guys will be integrated into "Retry," a scrolling plane-flying game that pays tribute to old-school 8-bit videogames. In "Retry," which...
  • Area tech firms boost perks to attract top talent

    Area tech firms boost perks to attract top talent
    How does an old-fashioned print-era company — formerly known as the Yellow Pages — attract top Westside talent to its offices in Glendale as it tries to remake itself as an online local search company? For those who live in hip parts L.A., the...
  • Social media doesn't have to be annoying

    Social media doesn't have to be annoying
    Social media is annoying. There's a lot of "I hate it when this happens and when that happens" going on. Well, you know what? This and that don't have to happen if you know some tips and tricks, and most of them start somewhere in the settings. Let's...
  • Magic Leap Raises $542 Million from Google, Legendary and Others

    Magic Leap, a stealthy startup building a wearable device to deliver an enhanced "cinematic" visual computing experience, said it has completed a $542 million Series B financing round led by Google with participation from Legendary Entertainment, Qualcomm...
  • Hollywood, Silicon Valley make $542-million bet on curious Magic Leap

    Hollywood, Silicon Valley make $542-million bet on curious Magic Leap
    Virtual-reality headsets block out the real world and transport them into a digitally created one. But what if the digital stuff could simply pop into people's normal view of the reality?  That's the goal of a Florida company that said Tuesday it has...
  • Google, Lionsgate team up to market 'Mockingjay' with video series

    Lionsgate and Google announced they will bring the "Hunger Games" fictional world of Panem to fans with new original content. Leading up to the Nov. 21 release of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1," fans of the franchise can tune in to...
  • Digital Audience Ratings: Foo Fighters Launch 'Letterman,' 'The Little Couple' Has a Giant Week

    Provided by ListenFirst Media, DAR - TV measures what entertainment content is resonating most across Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Tumblr, YouTube and Wikipedia combined. For more on the methodology behind DAR - TV, scroll to the bottom of the article....