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  • 5 startups from Central Florida to pitch at upcoming venture conference

    5 startups from Central Florida to pitch at upcoming venture conference
    The Florida Venture Forum announced  Monday the 20 startup companies that will participate in its Seventh Annual Early Stage Capital Conference, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., May 15 in Kissimmee. Five are from Central Florida. Each company delivers a six-minute...
  • Some locations where Wireless Zone may expand here

    Some locations where Wireless Zone may expand here
    Wireless Zone, the nation’s largest Verizon wireless retail franchise group, is looking in South Orlando and Celebration as possible locations to expand in Central Florida, a spokeswoman for the company said in an email. ┬áTo start a franchise, the...
  • After devastating illness, Jose Chojolan sees hope -- and graduation

     After devastating illness, Jose Chojolan sees hope -- and graduation
    The first time I saw Jose Chojolan, there was no smile, and you could see in his eyes that there was no hope, either. He had been a soccer-loving kid who wanted to go to college one day, but his life took a tragic, entirely unexpected turn. Jose had...
  • Apple, Samsung call cease fire on patent battles outside U.S.

    Is the seemingly never-ending global patent war between rivals Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. finally coming to an end? In a hopeful sign that they have finally realized the futility of years of patent litigation, the two companies have released...
  • Review: Nikon D3300

     
    Cameras keep getting smaller and the quality just keeps getting better. Since I’m still holding onto my SLR (single-lens-reflex) roots, when it comes to serious photography, I’m still the most comfortable with a DSLR (digital-single-lens-...
  • Letters: An iPad lesson for L.A. Unified

    Re "In iPad project, key need emerges," Sept. 3 Who in the Los Angeles Unified School District came up with the idea to give Apple iPads to 635,000 students? Who would select such a tech toy as opposed to many less-expensive options? And given that...
  • AT&T rolls out 4G network in Catonsville and Ellicott City

    AT&T rolls out 4G network in Catonsville and Ellicott City
    AT&T has upgraded a mobile Internet cell site in Catonsville that will expand 4G LTE mobile coverage for Catonsville and Ellicott City residents and businesses. The upgrades to a cell site along River Road are part of AT&T's rollout of 4G LTE, the...
  • Certification begins on a faster, more reliable Wi-Fi technology

    Many Wi-Fi woes could soon be coming to an end. An industry group will begin certifying products capable of running on a faster and more reliable wireless network technology, the group announced Wednesday. The launch of the Wi-Fi Alliance’s...
  • Burbank schools expand wireless

    Before school resumes in August, Burbank Unified officials plan to expand wireless Internet access at three schools where most classrooms offer students just one spot to log on. New cables will be installed in the ceilings at Burbank Adult School,...
  • 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...
  • Arlington Heights Memorial Library strives - and spends - to stay relevant

    Arlington Heights Memorial Library strives - and spends - to stay relevant
    When Jason Kuhl, executive director at Arlington Heights Memorial Library, asked people what they wanted to see improved at their library, their responses usually fell into one of two categories. The first answer went something like, "What could you...