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  • Factfinder12: How to stop baby monitor spying

    Factfinder12: How to stop baby monitor spying
    Imagine a stranger not only spying on your child, but talking to them too.  It happened to a Houston dad.  He heard a man yelling at his little girl through her baby monitor.  Marc Gilbert says he used internet cameras as a baby monitor to watch his...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • Wi-Fi concerns

    All the happy children in the Glendale Unified School District will soon be out of school for the summer. Looking forward to sleeping in, playing outside with friends, going to the pool or perhaps to the beach. Maybe some will enroll in a summer camp of...
  • Xbox past and present

    Xbox past and present
    Global gaming market: $65 billion spent in 2012   Xbox: Introduced Nov. 15, 2001 Retail price: $299 Sold: 24 million units   Xbox 360: Introduced Nov. 22, 2005 Price: $299 (core system) or $399 Sold: 76 million units worldwide   Kinect...
  • 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...
  • Kevin Hunt: Bloomfield Lawyer To Comcast: What Are These Charges?

    Kevin Hunt: Bloomfield Lawyer To Comcast: What Are These Charges?
    Today's secret word is "Xfinity." That was supposed to be the password for a Bloomfield resident's Comcast wireless service until he found out otherwise after his computer crashed in January and he couldn't rejoin the home network. Marc, a lawyer who...
  • My first-world problem

     
    My wireless mouse runs low on batteries too often, causing me to wonder, what is the big advantage of a wireless mouse, anyway? It's not like my desk is a clumsy thicket of wires. This actually happens at every computer......
  • Daily News Briefs: June 8, 2012

     
    With a federal survey released last December suggesting that half of all drivers in their early 20s send texts or emails while driving, U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood on Thursday pledged $2.4 million in federal support for pilot programs in........
  • Top 10 Features Drivers Don't Need

     
    Shopping for a new car can be dangerous territory for gadget-obsessed consumers. Given the number of new toys available, the line between wants and needs is easily blurred. Many of these features look great on paper, but their usefulness is......