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  • Prices could fall 10-20 cents, AAA says

    Gas prices Gas prices are declining, as the price for oil fell for the third straight week and U.S. stockpiles rose. "Motorists in the southeast could see prices at the pump fall 10 to 20 cents [per gallon] in the next two weeks," Mark Jenkins, a...
  • Providing free Wi-Fi gets tricky for businesses

    In Madison, Wis., where Wi-Fi hot spots often are easier to find than a parking space, you wouldn't think that a cafe would turn off its wireless Internet connection. But that's the case at Madison Sourdough cafe and bakery on Williamson St., where owner...
  • Some locations where Wireless Zone may expand here

    Some locations where Wireless Zone may expand here
    Wireless Zone, the nation’s largest Verizon wireless retail franchise group, is looking in South Orlando and Celebration as possible locations to expand in Central Florida, a spokeswoman for the company said in an email.  To start a franchise, the...
  • St. Charles police reports: Television taken, linen spray stolen

    St. Charles police reports: Television taken, linen spray stolen
    The following items were gathered from police reports. A 54-year-old Carol Stream man was charged with retail theft for stealing a television from Target, 3885 E. Main St., on June 2. A 37-year-old Batavia woman was charged with retail theft on June 3...
  • After devastating illness, Jose Chojolan sees hope -- and graduation

     After devastating illness, Jose Chojolan sees hope -- and graduation
    The first time I saw Jose Chojolan, there was no smile, and you could see in his eyes that there was no hope, either. He had been a soccer-loving kid who wanted to go to college one day, but his life took a tragic, entirely unexpected turn. Jose had...
  • 5 startups from Central Florida to pitch at upcoming venture conference

    5 startups from Central Florida to pitch at upcoming venture conference
    The Florida Venture Forum announced  Monday the 20 startup companies that will participate in its Seventh Annual Early Stage Capital Conference, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., May 15 in Kissimmee. Five are from Central Florida. Each company delivers a six-minute...
  • T-Mobile, Univision launch wireless brand targeting Latinos

    T-Mobile and Spanish media giant Univision Communications Inc. have teamed up to launch a new wireless brand specifically designed for Latino customers. Starting Monday, Univision Mobile will offer customers monthly plans that include 100 minutes of...
  • Think California is bad for business? Think again.

     Think California is bad for business? Think again.
    Some critics say the recent decisions by Toyota and Occidental Petroleum to move their U.S. headquarters from Southern California to Texas are just the latest signs of how toxic the state's business climate has become. Yet the state continues to attract...
  • Anne Arundel adjunct professor earns top-shelf wireless certification

    They're called technology evangelists, those who trumpet benefits and trends in the Digital Age without the need of a fire-and-brimstone app. Anne Arundel Community College adjunct professor Travis Bonfigli is a self-proclaimed technology evangelist. You...
  • Simple Internet-connected devices can end up in complex online crimes

    To keep an eye on his child via his smartphone, Marc Gilbert installed Internet-connected video baby monitors in his home in Houston. One evening, Gilbert heard a stranger's voice bellowing obscenities from the monitor. He disconnected the device...
  • Comcast raises top Internet speeds for Baltimore customers

    Comcast raises top Internet speeds for Baltimore customers
    Comcast announced this week that it increased the speeds of its Internet services for many customers in the Northeast, including in Baltimore. A mid-range plan called "Blast" now has a top download speed of 105 Mbps, which is more than double the...