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  • Sprint says it has stopped pulling Carrier IQ data from phones

     
    Two weeks after the Carrier IQ dust storm, in which an unknown California company was found to have data collections software embedded on tens of millions of smartphones, one of the company's main allies is taking a step back....
  • A mountain lion takes up residence in Griffith Park (Google+ Hangout)

     
    For the first time, scientists have evidence of a mountain lion inhabiting Griffith Park. His name is P-22. That's P, as in puma. "We never had any definitive proof of a mountain lion living in Griffith Park," said Jeff Sikich,......
  • ‘America’s Got Talent,’ ‘MasterChef’ split Tuesday ratings wins

     
    “America's Got Talent” had the most viewers Tuesday night, but Fox's “MasterChef” drew the most young viewers. “Got Talent” averaged 8.6 million viewers over two hours for NBC. Fox countered with “Hell's Kitchen&#...
  • Democrats drew more viewers than GOP on first convention night

     
    Michelle Obama speaks Tuesday at the Democratic National Convention. Photo credit: Nancy Stone/Chicago Tribune THIS POST HAS BEEN UPDATED: Michelle Obama was a bigger draw than Ann Romney in the Orlando TV market. The first lady's speech Tuesday night...
  • Invasive snakehead found in river near Annapolis

    Invasive snakehead found in river near Annapolis
    A mature, egg-bearing northern snakehead has been discovered by scientists in a river just south of Annapolis, raising the possibility that low salinity in the Chesapeake Bay this year may have allowed the invasive fish to escape from the Potomac River....
  • Truck narrowly avoids tumble on Crest

    A Los Angeles Department of Water and Power truck teetered on the edge of a steep hillside in the Angeles National Forest last weekend after part of a fire road gave way underneath it. La Cañada Flintridge resident Reg Green was out for a hike on...
  • Director of Technology

    Lead station engineering and IT operations. Includes tower, transmitter, studio, and news support. Responsible for station computers, servers and telecommunications equipment. Responsible for strategic capital planning and implementation of capital...
  • Cell tower protestors speak at council meeting

    Cell tower protestors speak at council meeting
    Some Arch Beach Heights residents oppose the proposed installation of a communications installation they feel is too close to Moulton Meadows Park where their children play. Three opponents of the project asked the City Council at the Nov. 16 meeting to...
  • AT&T To Buy Bellevue-Based T-Mobile USA for $39 Billion

    AT&T To Buy Bellevue-Based T-Mobile USA for $39 Billion
    AT&T Inc plans to pay $39 billion for Deutsche Telekom AG's T-Mobile USA to create a new U.S. mobile market leader, but the pricey purchase is likely to attract intense antitrust scrutiny over potentially higher customer bills. The deal gives AT&T, the...
  • Parents rally against T-mobile cell tower

    Parents rally against T-mobile cell tower
    Parents of children who attend two schools located near the Little White Chapel held a news conference on Thursday calling on the Burbank City Council to block the installation of a wireless telecommunication facility inside the church because of the...
  • Council moves to block T-Mobile cell tower in Burbank

    Council moves to block T-Mobile cell tower in Burbank
    Residents were successful Tuesday in keeping a wireless telecommunications facility out of their neighborhood after Burbank City Council members pledged to block the project. Amid an overflow crowd at the council’s chambers, officials were directed...