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  • Uniting against crime

    Uniting against crime
    Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies swarmed Memorial Park on Tuesday night, but they weren't there to give out tickets or make arrests. Instead, they joined foothill residents in presenting a united front against crime as part of the 27th annual...
  • Easiest Wireless Router: Access your home computer when you're away

    Easiest Wireless Router: Access your home computer when you're away
    Making your Home Accessible The Valet If you've ever set up a wireless router in your home, you know the pains of setting up that WEP password and finding the correct series of numbers and letters. Cisco, the owner of the Flip and the well-known...
  • Driven to buy

    Driven to buy
    In case Ken Splithoff's friends are reading this, the Carpentersville, Ill., auto aficionado has a few things on his holiday wish list: remote-controlled cars, subscriptions to hot rod magazines and a coupon for a racecar driving course. "I did that a...
  • Obama's BlackBerry: Encryption included

     
    by Mark Silva and updated at 2:35 pm EST Obama will get his Berry. The hot news among the breaking Internet stories of the e-cycle is that President Barack Obama, who worries about getting trapped inside "the bubble'' of the......
  • Ford's Sync Adds Wi-Fi

     
    When the next generation of Sync rolls out in select 2011 model Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles, it will have a new feature, Wi-Fi capability. The interesting thing about Ford???s solution is that it uses its existing hardware with Wi-Fi......
  • CES: Toshiba goes all 3-D, all the time

     
    Bucking the trend of falling TV prices, Toshiba today announced a new line -- Cell TV -- with a super-fast processor now used in the Sony PS3 game console. This is the first announced use of the Cell chip in a TV. "Toshiba missed out on HD DVD -- which...
  • CES: Netgear tries to make online video fit for the living room

     
    Having unveiled a series of online-video set-tops at the previous few Consumer Electronics Shows, Netgear showed off a couple of technologies this morning that make online video streams look considerably better on a big TV screen. The demos involved...
  • CES: Sony's Dash for apps gold

     
    The stampede toward 3-D may be the headline of this year's Consumer Electronics Show, but announcements about apps have provided a seemingly relentless drumbeat. Apps on TV, apps in cars, apps in your pocket. ... Anyway, my choice as the show's official...
  • Grammys fashion: Imogen Heap stays socially connected?

     
    Times staffer Chris Lee is at the Grammys red carpet, getting stellar sound bites from performers such as British singer-songwriter Imogen Heap, whom Lee says "turned heads on the carpet, though, for her quintessentially eccentric attire. Around Heap's...
  • Freeze? What freeze? FDA in line for another budget boost

     
    The Food and Drug Administration is a screaming exception to the Obama administration’s freeze on discretionary spending in the 2011 budget. Overall, the FDA budget could grow by as much as 23% to just over $4 billion from the current......
  • Local Choirs Can Compete for $25,000

     
    Orlando-area church choirs could win up to $25,000 in How Sweet the Sound™ competition coming to Jacksonville in May. The event is a national competition that gives church choirs a chance to win the title of “The Best Church Choir in Americ...