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  • Some vendors in China stop taking bitcoin as payment

    Some vendors in China stop taking bitcoin as payment
    Some vendors in China, the largest marketplace for bitcoin, have stopped accepting the unregulated digital currency after the government there warned against its use, state media reported. Baidu, an online search engine and Web services company, said it...
  • For Hollywood's social media managers, tweeting is a living

    For Hollywood's social media managers, tweeting is a living
    NEW YORK — She knew they were waiting to hear from her — Channing Tatum's millions of fans. It had been more than an hour since LaQuishe Wright had posted a photo of the actor on his Twitter account, dressed in a suit "Headed to the...
  • MPAA report says Google, other search engines a major gateway to piracy

    A study released by the Motion Picture Assn. of America is taking aim at Google, alleging the Internet giant and other search engines are making it too easy for consumers to find pirated content online -- even when they're not looking for it. A study...
  • U.S. mobile data traffic nearly doubled in 2013, report says

    U.S. mobile data traffic nearly doubled in 2013, report says
    Faster Internet, faster smartphones and bigger screens means U.S. mobile users are going online with their phones more than ever before -- nearly twice as much in 2012, to be exact. On average, U.S. mobile users consumed about 1.2 gigabytes of data...
  • L.A. sets up command center to combat cyber attacks

    L.A. sets up command center to combat cyber attacks
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti set up a new command center Wednesday to minimize the threat that hackers, terrorists or foreign enemies will disrupt computer water, power, transportation and public safety systems. In an executive directive creating the...
  • Airline industry swooping in to prevent cyberattacks

    Airline industry swooping in to prevent cyberattacks
    Worried that computer hackers attacking banks and media companies could easily shift targets, the airline industry is taking preemptive steps to ensure it doesn't become the next victim. Although the "hacking" of planes midair to bring them down is...
  • FAA's use of devices changes could take off at Bob Hope Airport

    Passengers at Bob Hope Airport will be able to keep their iPods and Kindles on through takeoff and landing — some starting Saturday, others soon, as airlines react to the Federal Aviation Administration’s decision this week to allow the use of...
  • Amazon Sets Premiere Dates for 'Alpha House' and 'Betas,' to Make First 3 Episodes Free

    Amazon Studios will bow its first two original productions this month -- "Alpha House" on Nov. 15 and "Betas" on Nov. 22 -- offering the first three episodes of each show free as an enticement to sign up for its subscription VOD service. The strategy...
  • New command center will protect L.A. infrastructure from cyberattacks

     New command center will protect L.A. infrastructure from cyberattacks
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has set up a new command center to minimize the threat that hackers, terrorists or foreign enemies will disrupt water, power, transportation and public safety systems. In an executive directive creating the Cyber...
  • What the impending helium shortage tells us about the cost of government gridlock in an interconnected world

    What the impending helium shortage tells us about the cost of government gridlock in an interconnected world
    This past Wednesday I received an email from my professional organization — the American Physical Society — with the subject line: "Urgent Helium Alert." The message called on me to contact Congress immediately to urge them to act on helium...
  • Google celebrates 15th birthday in garage where it was born

    Google celebrates 15th birthday in garage where it was born
    MENLO PARK, Calif. -- Google went back to where it all began Thursday, to the Menlo Park garage where founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin first dreamed of a better search engine. The company opened up the Silicon Valley landmark to the media to...