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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.......
  • CTIA: FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski poses framework for regulating wireless industry

     
    FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski, at CTIA, outlined four principles for regulating wireless broadband....
  • From the Net to the TV screen, with help from Netgear [UPDATED]

     
    What I want most in life, aside from world peace and Jack Nicholson's Lakers tickets, is an inexpensive gadget that can bring the rich world of online video to my TV set. Netgear's Digital Entertainer Live (aka the EVA2000) isn't that device. But it comes...
  • New iMac from Apple and several other product boosts

     
    The new iMac, available today, comes with a 27-inch screen in the premium model, and a redesigned, wireless mouse that has a touch-sensitive surface. Credit: Apple Inc. Apple announced upgrades to its venerable iMac and its low-end (relatively speaking)...
  • 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...