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  • Continuous Android in everything is Google's goal

    SAN FRANCISCO Google is expanding its Android operating system to a wide range of connected products and seeking to make the experience identical and continual across wearable devices, cars and homes, the company stressed Wednesday in the kickoff to I/O,...
  • Tech Q&A: A hidden conflict halts her email

    QUESTION: I've been having difficulty with Yahoo email. While I'm usually able to reply to an email, I can't compose or forward a message. Instead I get the message "Yahoo is not responding." My friends on Yahoo have similar complaints. What should I do?...
  • Mac OSX 10.10, IOS 8, Healthbook expected at Apple event Monday

    Mac OSX 10.10, IOS 8, Healthbook expected at Apple event Monday
    Apple Inc. is expected to announce updated operating systems for its desktop computers and mobile devices -- Mac OSX 10.10 and IOS 8 -- at its annual developers conference starting Monday in San Francisco. The company is expected to also introduce...
  • Since Sandy, a storm pattern of costly stumbles in New Jersey

    Since Sandy, a storm pattern of costly stumbles in New Jersey
    When New Jersey officials were ready to start rebuilding after Superstorm Sandy roared up the Atlantic Coast in October 2012, they were determined not to repeat the mistakes of disasters past. So Richard Constable III, head of the state Department of...
  • Apple shows off OSX 10 Yosemite, iOS 8 and new programming language

    Apple shows off OSX 10 Yosemite, iOS 8 and new programming language
    Apple Inc. announced updates to its mobile and desktop operating systems Monday at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. Apple CEO Tim Cook said the updates were designed to help the company's devices "all work together in harmony....
  • School cracks code of student involvement

    School cracks code of student involvement
    In addition to reading and exercising, Top of the World Elementary School fourth- and fifth-grade students have another option when it comes to lunchtime activities: computer programming. For the past six weeks, fifth-grade teacher Sarah Wolsey has...
  • Troy Wolverton: How to keep prying eyes away from your online life

    Encryption was once the province of the paranoid. But no more. With the revelations from Edward Snowden of widespread spying by the government, many people are more interested in cloaking their online activities. Even if you're not be worried about the...
  • Glenbrook D225 schools to switch to Lenovo ChromeBooks

     Glenbrook D225 schools to switch to Lenovo ChromeBooks
    Glenbrook High School District 225 officials approved the purchase of new, more durable one-to-one technology devices to better equip the district's sophomores and incoming freshmen in the 2014-15 school year. The district's incoming freshmen were...
  • Josh Brown: Tech firm looks for 'work hard, play hard' office space

    Josh Brown: Tech firm looks for 'work hard, play hard' office space
    Josh Brown, 38, is founder of Orlando-based PowerDMS. The document-management service provides cloud storage for organizations that require a high degree of security. The chief executive officer of the fast-growing company has been scouting new...
  • Bot passes Turing Test; judges think it's a 13-year-old boy

    Bot passes Turing Test; judges think it's a 13-year-old boy
    For the first time, a computer program has officially passed the Turing Test, which measures a machine's ability to think for itself -- at least under the standards set by a competition in Britain. The achievement, being hailed as a milestone for the...
  • Secret Service wants sarcasm-detecting software

    The Secret Service is hoping to get its hands on software that will analyze sarcasm and false positives among comments on social media, according to The Washington Post. No, really. The agency posted a work order to its site on Monday seeking browser-...