| Aug 5, 2014
| 7:07 PM
Every time Deborah A. Djibrilla's landlord told her she owed rent for her room at the Bethlehem YMCA, Djibrilla said she made sure to pay whatever was due.
Sometimes property manager Theresa Leguillow Flores would provide Djibrilla with a computer-...
| Jul 29, 2013
| 2:45 PM
California Community News, LLC* (CCN) provides a range of printing, packaging and distribution services for several Tribune Company companies, including the Los Angeles Times Media Group (LATMG).
CCN inserted and distributed nearly 4 billion preprints...
| Dec 9, 2013
| 9:05 AM
Grace Hopper, known as "the first lady of software," is celebrated for her computer genius, with a Google Doodle on what would have been her 107th birthday.
The doodle would have been deeply appreciated by Grace Murray Hopper. She rose through the naval...
| Jun 17, 2013
— Thirty-five years ago in United States v. Choate, the courts ruled that the U.S. Postal Service may record "mail cover," i.e., what's written on the outside of an envelope — the addresses of sender and receiver.
The National Security...
| Mar 18, 2014
| 2:26 PM
Police in Miramar will soon have their own collection of video evidence recorded with sophisticated technology at murder scenes, traffic crashes and fires.
This week, the agency's five-member, crime-scene technician unit, led by Supervisor Michael...
| Jun 10, 2013
| 6:05 AM
Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off Monday morning with a keynote event that's expected to feature a slew of new products and services by the Cupertino tech giant.
WWDC 2013: Follow our live coverage of Apple's keynote
| Jun 10, 2013
| 11:17 AM
Apple got its annual Worldwide Developers Conference underway Monday in San Francisco with the announcement of a new version of its desktop operating system called Mac OS X Mavericks.
Apple Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi...
| Jun 10, 2013
| 3:36 PM
LONDON -- British Foreign Secretary William Hague on Monday sought to reassure Parliament that the government is not using U.S. surveillance programs to get around British law and spy on its citizens.
Hague’s comments followed reports in the...
| Jun 13, 2013
| 3:30 PM
Thirty-five years ago in United States v. Choate, the courts ruled that the Postal Service may record "mail cover," i.e., what's written on the outside of an envelope — the addresses of sender and receiver.
The National Security Agency's recording...
| Jun 14, 2013
| 11:15 AM
Apple Inc., which has taken flak from some users for the design of its new iOS 7 mobile platform, may have already begun making changes to the system's look.
The company on Monday unveiled the new operating system with the biggest redesign to the...
| Jun 26, 2013
| 5:00 AM
Leaving the front door unlocked is a risky move. And that risk is the same with smartphones running Android, Google’s open operating system. Android phones come with unlocked doors, allowing them to install applications found almost anywhere online....