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  • CBS signals remain dark on Time Warner Cable as fight drags on

    CBS signals remain dark on Time Warner Cable as fight drags on
    CBS and Time Warner Cable remained locked in a bitter battle over a new distribution contract that left subscribers without access to CBS-owned properties inĀ LosĀ Angeles, New York City and elsewhere. The signals for many CBS-owned media properties...
  • Amber Alert: Californians confused, angry and startled

    Residents across California were startled overnight by cellphones that came to life in screeches and buzzes, awaking some and unsettling others with the state's first Amber Alert via text message. Californians are no strangers to Amber Alerts, which are...
  • California issues first cellphone Amber Alert, opt-out available

    California issues first cellphone Amber Alert, opt-out available
    Monday marked the first time in California that officials notified the public of a statewide Amber Alert through their cellphones, a California Highway Patrol official said. It differed from phone to phone, but sometime between late Monday and early...
  • Amber Alert Q&A: Why it happens, how to turn it off

    Amber Alert Q&A: Why it happens, how to turn it off
    The high-pitched Amber Alert that hit cellphones across Southern California overnight may have confounded and annoyed, but the text message also prompted a fresh round of questions. Chief among them: Just what was that and how can I stop it from...
  • How Twitter's new security feature locked me out

    How Twitter's new security feature locked me out
    Twitter updated its Apple and Android apps on Tuesday to include a feature that makes it tougher for someone to hack into an account. But don't rush to turn it on. By going to the security settings page in the mobile app, Twitter users can turn on...
  • Facebook buys developer of Jibbigo speech-to-speech translator

    Facebook buys developer of Jibbigo speech-to-speech translator
    Facebook, in a move that could help the social network break down the language barrier among its more than 1 billion users, has acquired Mobile Technologies, a speech recognition and translation company. Mobile Technologies is the maker of Jibbigo, a...
  • New football assistants get the call at U.Va., Virginia Tech

    New football assistants get the call at U.Va., Virginia Tech
    AARON MOOREHEAD | VIRGINIA TECH | WIDE RECEIVERS COACH Watching another young wide receiver drop a pass in the first week of Virginia Tech's preseason practices, Aaron Moorehead suddenly had an appreciation for what his coaches had to endure early in...
  • Why not pull the plug on cable

    Millions of Time Warner Cable subscribers deprived of CBS and Showtime have every reason to be enraged. But they should put that anger to good use. The standoff tells us something important about the television industry. Despite urging from the...
  • CBS and Time Warner Cable reach deal to end monthlong blackout

    CBS and Time Warner Cable reach deal to end monthlong blackout
    After a monthlong blackout, Time Warner Cable Inc. and CBS Corp. reached an agreement that returned the broadcast network's programming to millions of frustrated subscribers in Los Angeles, New York and Dallas. The new distribution deal, which runs...
  • Baltimore broadband offers huge potential

    Baltimore broadband offers huge potential
    Sen. Catherine Pugh's commentary, "Municipal broadband's false promise" (Aug. 16), is flawed by many serious errors and omissions. Whoever is advising her on this issue is doing her and the people of Baltimore a disservice. Senator Pugh claims that...
  • Three Years On Top Through Innovation

     Three Years On Top Through Innovation
    At William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance, employee cubicles are rapidly being replaced by shared workspaces. Computers of all sorts — laptops and tablets — are being added, and digital networks are being ramped up for speed and...