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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...
  • ‘60 Minutes’ explores whether Chinese telecom giant threatens U.S. security

     
    Chinese telecom giant Huawei poses a threat to the United States, top House members will tell “60 Minutes” a day before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence releases a report on the issue. The CBS newsmagazine is scheduled to...
  • Villaraigosa to tout early work on Westside subway construction

     
    As vote counting continued for a transit tax measure that appears to be failing, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa sought Wednesday to shift public attention to the first stirrings of construction on a long promised Westside subway. Villaraigosa,...
  • Good Shepherd provides free telecommunications equipment for people with disabilities

     
    People who cannot use a standard telephone to communicate, can now receive free specialized telephone equipment through Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network in Allentown. Good Shepherd is offering access to equipment that includes amplified phones,...
  • Antennas could face more review

    Wireless communication antennas — which have come under greater scrutiny from residents over their visual impacts — will face more review under proposed guidelines working their way through City Hall. Under some of the proposed revisions to...
  • 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...
  • Kyocera Solar to begin solar module manufacturing in San Diego

     
    Kyocera Solar Inc. plans to begin manufacturing solar modules in San Diego this year, the Scottsdale, Ariz.-based company said Wednesday. Production at the company’s existing Balboa Avenue facility is expected to help push Kyocera toward its goal of...
  • More than work drew him to Iraq

    Nick Berg was a big-hearted risk-taker - intent on making the world a better place, willing to do the heavy lifting to make that happen and daring enough to go almost anywhere to do it. As his body arrived at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware yesterday,...