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Wireless Technology

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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Audi Puts 4G Wireless Into Cars

     
    Audi continues to advance in-car wireless communication with today's unveiling of the 2013 A3 with 4G LTE connectivity at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. "With peak data rates approaching 100 megabits per second, the enhanced Audi...
  • Why does Washington need to sequester? It's not hard to find fat in the federal budget

     
    The sequester is about a week old, with no signs of stopping. What also shouldn't stop are public calls for Washington to get real and start managing our tax money seriously. Today's Watchdog column explains how there's plenty of waste......
  • 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......
  • The need for speed

    The need for speed
    Remember the days of tapping your feet impatiently while your computer took several minutes to download a single page? With the the expansion of broadband, those day are long gone.  The internet has become a lifeline for millions, who use it daily to...