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  • Amazing Predictions for Aviation!

     
    Jan. 1, 1911: The Times asks pilots who are in Los Angeles for the Aviation Meet about the future of flying. The Times said: "We will see in the next few years, if the predictions of the bird-men come true,......
  • Cutting the cable: the latest wrinkle to our video a la carte

     
    As I've blogged before, thanks to libraries, HDTV signals captured with an economical antenna and my own job, which of course means I have a pretty big DVD/BluRay collection, we cut the cable in our house some years back. In Greater Orlando, you can get...
  • Have a wireless router? Read this

     
    Although Malcolm Riddell, a lawyer living in a lofty Palm Avenue condo in downtown Sarasota, considered himself to be tech-savvy, he ignored the dangers of leaving his wireless router unprotected, neglecting to password protect his service, reports the...
  • Pro Portfolio: Proto Home smart home debuts in Baldwin Hills with Web telemetry and iPad control

     
    Every Monday, we post a new home whose design is presented in the designer's or the builder's own words. This week: Builder: Frank Vafaee, CEO and founder, Proto Homes, Los Angeles Landscape designer: Sean Knibb, Knibb Design, Venice Location: Baldwin.......
  • Review: A look at Apple's iPad 2 [Updated]

     
    You might not be able to eat an iPad, as someone pointed out last week to the president of the New York Federal Reserve, but there is enough to salivate over in the new iteration of the market-defining tablet computer. The general design of the device has...
  • Time Warner Cable blinks first in fight with programmers over iPad app

     
    Time Warner Cable has blinked first in its fight against cable programmers who didn't want their networks streamed on Apple's iPad. After getting complaints from News Corp., Discovery and Viacom, Time Warner Cable pulled their programming off of its new.....
  • Spectrum crisis? What spectrum crisis?

     
    The Times' editorial board expressed skepticism this week about the AT&T's proposed purchase of T-Mobile, noting that it "would eliminate one of the four largest U.S. mobile phone networks and leave just two companies — AT&T and Verizon Wireless &#...
  • Tech accessories can spice up holiday list

    Tech accessories can spice up holiday list
    As much as I love buying big-ticket items such as TVs, computers, cell phones and cameras, I also love buying accessories for those items just as much, maybe even more. A good gadget accessory can make you look at a device you've had for a year or two...
  • Test drive: Ford's new van does the job

    Several years ago, Ford gave a preview to members of the automotive media, showing some future and prospective products. One that caught my eye was the Ford Transit Connect, a purely-European little delivery van that has been selling well overseas for six...
  • Tasty leftovers — of the gadget variety

    Tasty leftovers — of the gadget variety
    Being a gadget reviewer often feels like being at a holiday feast. Every day, companies invite me to sample their products, and, even though I know I should turn some of them down, I say yes too often and end up filling my plate (or cubicle) with more...
  • Some iPhone Customers Walk Away Empty-Handed After Special Upgrade Promise

    Some iPhone Customers Walk Away Empty-Handed After Special Upgrade Promise
    Current AT&T customer? Think you're going to get a new iPhone at the subsidized price? Think again. When Apple, Inc. introduced their newest line of smartphones earlier this month, the computer company announced the "iPhone 3G[S]" would be offered to new...