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  • Tech Q&A: Nexus 7 tablet choked on Google's Lollipop

    Q: I recently upgraded my two-year-old Asus Nexus 7 tablet computer to version 5 of the Android operating system. About the same time, I bought a Verizon Jetpack, a cellular device that creates a Wi-Fi hot spot. My tablet now operates very slowly, but I...
  • Helpware: Amazon's stick strikes out

    If you're looking for a device to stream the latest movies, have access to Netflix's vast library of older movies and TV shows and see them all in high-definition, head for the nearest Apple Store and plunk down $100 for an Apple TV. It's a small, black,...
  • 6 great gaming headphones

    GamerHub.tv With Christmas just around the corner, there are plenty of great gift ideas for the gamer in your life that are good for any time of the year. The launch of next gen consoles like PlayStation 4 and Xbox One have focused, for the most part, on...
  • Sprint will drop NASCAR title sponsorship

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. Citing a need to focus more directly on its core business priorities, Sprint announced Tuesday that it has informed NASCAR it will not extend the title sponsorship of the Sprint Cup Series after the current agreement expires at the end of...
  • Sprint dropping NASCAR sponsorship

    Sprint dropping NASCAR sponsorship
    Sprint announced Tuesday that it is dropping its sponsorship of the NASCAR Cup Series after its current contract expires at the end of the 2016 season. Sprint has been the title sponsor for NASCAR's top-tiered series since 2004, when Nextel signed a 10-...
  • Zumtobel to focus more on software, CEO says

    Austrian lighting group Zumtobel will increasingly focus on providing packages of services rather than just hardware, Chief Executive Ulrich Schumacher told magazine Trend. "We will develop increasingly in future into a software supplier, a kind of...
  • Alan Gross losing hope after 5 years in Cuban prison

    MIAMI As the fifth anniversary of the arrest and imprisonment of U.S. Agency for International Development subcontractor Alan Gross in Cuba approaches, he has received recent visits from his lawyer and two senators but refuses to see U.S. diplomats in...
  • Tech Q&A: Transferring music files to a new PC

    Q: I have ripped (copied) more than 400 music CDs to my Windows Vista PC using Windows Media Player. From the PC, I could transfer the songs to my MP3 music player. Now I've got a new Windows 7 laptop. How can I transfer all those songs from my old PC...
  • Troy Wolverton: Tech gifts for the geek who already has everything

    It's the holiday shopping season, so it's time to answer that all-important question: Do you know what to get the geeks in your life? These days, they have smartphones, big-screen TVs and laptops, and probably a tablet and a video game console or two...
  • WHO Enlists Danbury Firm's Sanitizers In Fight Against Ebola

    WHO Enlists Danbury Firm's Sanitizers In Fight Against Ebola
    Spectra254, a start-up company in Danbury, is accelerating production of a portable ultraviolet-light sanitizer that was designed to curb hospital-acquired infections — and was just recently enlisted in the fight against Ebola. The Spectra 1000 is...
  • Downtown Boca apartments welcome first tenant

    Downtown Boca apartments welcome first tenant
    The first Boca downtown building to open as a rental apartment complex in a decade welcomed its first tenant Friday. Camden Boca's 261 units will be first among 1,702 new downtown units — most of them rentals — expected to come online in the...