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  • Paul Allen had a big hand in saving Seahawks but is hands-off now

    Paul Allen had a big hand in saving Seahawks but is hands-off now
    SEATTLE — The Seattle Seahawks are headed to the second Super Bowl in their history. They have an inexhaustibly dynamic coach in Pete Carroll, an instant-superstar quarterback in Russell Wilson, the NFL's richest and most reclusive owner in Paul...
  • Stunned by Clippers deal's dollars, wondering how it makes sense

    Stunned by Clippers deal's dollars, wondering how it makes sense
    It is the sort of unimaginable leap that would make even Blake Griffin proud. In less than two months, the Clippers have gone from being the second-most popular team in their own town to the most expensive team in NBA history. In the time it takes to...
  • How much netbook can you get for $400?

    The hottest segment of the computer market right now is not fancy new Apple laptops or PC gaming machines. It's tiny laptops with older operating systems, cramped keyboards and designs that look like they might have come from Playskool. "Netbooks" are...
  • New myTouch phone takes big step forward

    New myTouch phone takes big step forward
    When T-Mobile and Google launched the T-Mobile G1 last fall, there were high hopes that the device and its Android mobile operating system would provide a real threat to Apple's iPhone. But due to an unimaginative and bulky design, complex software and a...
  • One-sided series tough to explain

    Sometimes dominance is easy to recognize. Tiger Woods from 1999-2002. Ronald Reagan in 1984. Microsoft all day, every day. Other times, it's less apparent. Take the Virginia-North Carolina football rivalry. After the Cavaliers' 16-3 win muddied a...
  • For music buffs, Zune HD strikes right tune

    For music buffs, Zune HD strikes right tune
    In the two years I've been reviewing gadgets, I've never tested Microsoft's digital music and video player, called the Zune. The device only accounts for a tiny fraction of the market, and it had always struck me as a product that was forever playing...
  • Microsoft shines again with Windows 7

    Microsoft shines again with Windows 7
    On Thursday, Microsoft is going for a do-over. The software giant is releasing a new operating system that it hopes will make people forget about all of the problems with Windows Vista. I've been testing Windows 7 for a few weeks and have found it to...
  • Something To Take From Madoff, AIG

    I don't know what's been funnier to watch in past days: Bad Bernie Madoff, the swindling investor who made off with $65 billion of his clients' money over the last 20 years, pleaded guilty to fraud and insisted no one else in his family business was in...
  • Upbeat entrepreneurs interact at South by Southwest

    AUSTIN, Texas Unemployment is at record highs, and many businesses are going bankrupt or closing. Yet, during the South by Southwest Interactive Festival over the past week, it was easy to forget how bad things are. SXSW, as it's commonly called, is...
  • Big Orlando auto show opens on turkey day

    If it's Thanksgiving weekend, it must be time for the Central Florida International Auto Show, our annual preview at the latest cars and trucks as presented by the Central Florida Auto Dealers Association, and — in the interest of full disclosure &#...
  • Cut TV bills with Web services, options

    Cut TV bills with Web services, options
    Whether you live in Orlando, Fort Lauderdale or Boca Raton, the last thing you should be paying too much for these days is TV content. It used to be TV watchers demanding choice had to sign up for costly, long-term cable or satellite services. Today...