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  • Technology: I want my MTV ... on my iPad!

     
    Time Warner Cable's tussle with Viacom, News Corp. and other programmers over its iPad TV application is a great illustration of how meaningless differences in technology give rise to copyright disputes. My colleague Joe Flint's latest dispatch on the...
  • Philippe Starck's Net lamp for Flos doubles as a docking station for iPad and iPhone

     
    Flos' new Net, a table lamp that doubles as an iPad or iPhone dock, was the most interesting design at Euroluce, the lighting exhibition held every other year at the Milan furniture fair. The design, by Philippe Starck with Eugene......
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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,......
  • Logitech denies Google asked it to stop producing Google TV box Revue

     
    Logitech denied rumors that Google asked it to halt production of its Google TV set-top box, the Logitech Revue. But the company stopped short of shooting down other rumors that it had frozen its Revue efforts itself....
  • Apple could release three different versions of iPad 2, report says

     
    Apple's next iPad has been generating rumors for months on what changes it could feature, such as cameras, thinner and lighter form factors and even USB ports. On Tuesday, new rumors are circulating that the iPad 2 will offer three different internet...
  • Apple makes Find My iPhone service free for iOS devices

     
    Who hasn't dreamed of attaching a tracking device to their keys, or sunglasses or cellphone? Apple announced on Monday that the Find My iPhone (or iPad or iPod touch) feature -- which helps locate a missing device by way of......
  • L.A. Auto Show: Smart continues to think small with Ebike concept

     
    The German manufacturer of the Smart Fortwo is going electric, not only with a new electric drive version of its ultra-compact car but a two-wheeler. Its concept Smart Ebike, on display at the L.A. Auto Show, further demonstrates the company's......
  • Burning Questions: Just who is T-Mobile's stylish new 4G girl, and who made that pink-and-white dress?

     
    If you've seen T-Mobile's new TV ad campaign, you probably got a chuckle out of the fact that it manages to deftly mock Apple's own Mac vs. PC ads by casting the iPhone and the AT&T network as a haggard......
  • Verizon smart-phone users average more data usage than AT&T's, study says

     
    Thought your iPhone-toting friends were always buried in their phones? Seems Droid users are even more active Web surfers, according to a report released this week. The average Verizon Wireless smart-phone owner gobbles up more of the network's wireless...