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  • Screenwriter Claims Documents in 'Trouble With the Curve' Suit Are 'Fraudulent'

    A screenwriter who contends his idea was stolen for Warner Bros.' "Trouble with the Curve" is now claiming that the studio is relying on "fraudulent documents" in presenting evidence that the movie was hatched well before he came up with his own project....
  • Apple TV not just a hobby anymore, get its own section on Web store

    Apple TV not just a hobby anymore, get its own section on Web store
    Changes to the Apple Store website appear to indicate that the Cupertino tech giant is now placing more importance on Apple TV, a product Chief Executive Tim Cook has referred to as a "hobby" many times before. When Apple updated its store website to...
  • Letter: Wi-Fi in schools are a good thing

    I read on the front page of last Sunday’s News-Press that representatives from the Flat Earth Society visited a recent meeting of the Glendale school board to urge a return to the dark ages. How else to explain comparing the use of Wi-Fi in school...
  • Electronic devices will be allowed throughout most flights

    Electronic devices will be allowed throughout most flights
    Airline passengers may no longer have to power off and stow their portable electronics when they fly, the Federal Aviation Administration said Thursday, opening the door for airlines to lift most restrictions on how and when customers can use phones,...
  • Your pediatrician is worried

    Your pediatrician is worried
    It is a recommendation that is certain to cause huge family fights, followed by door-slamming, tears and covert attempts to subvert it. The American Academy of Pediatrics is recommending that parents limit their children's access to cell phones, the...
  • Letters: Losing sight of Obamacare's mission

    Re "Obama facing dissent in the ranks," Nov. 16 Obamacare is not about a temporarily problematic website. It is about a revolution in medicine. Obamacare is about moving from fee-for-service healthcare to evidence-based medicine. It is about...
  • Letter: Harmless radio waves are all around us

    I read the article in the Thursday, Nov. 14 edition of the Glendale News-Press regarding the alarm of some parents at the Glendale School District’s use of wireless routers in classrooms (“Group signals Wi-Fi angst.”). This issue comes...
  • AT&T expands 4G LTE coverage in Harford

    As part of its continuing network investment and ongoing 4G LTE rollout, AT&T said it has upgraded six mobile Internet cell sites in Harford County to expand AT&T 4G LTE coverage for area residents and businesses. The upgrades include four sites along...
  • L.A. Unified students need iPad keyboards to take state tests

    L.A. Unified students need iPad keyboards to take state tests
    Keyboards will be necessary for Los Angeles students to take new state standardized tests on iPads, an additional cost in the $1-billion effort to provide tablets in the nation's second-largest school system, The Times has learned. In the past, L.A....
  • Masked man assaults pedestrian in Mount Washington area [North Baltimore Crime Log]

    The following is compiled from police reports. It is the Baltimore Messenger's policy to include descriptions only when there is enough information to make identification possible. If you have any information about these crimes, call the Baltimore City...
  • Ingram Micro is a major tech player with a minor public profile

    Ingram Micro is a major tech player with a minor public profile
    Standing between 1,300 product manufacturers and hundreds of thousands of retailers and businesses is Ingram Micro Inc., the world's largest wholesale distributor of computer hardware and software. The 34-year-old Santa Ana company buys technology...