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  • 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...
  • Take Five: Thoughts on our very own 'Marshal Dillon'

    Marshal Matt Dillon died early this month. Dillon, a man made famous by actor James Arness, left us with memories of a tough Western frontier town coping with lots of bad guys and an occasional bad girl. Yes, I know that it was James Arness who died,...
  • 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...
  • Deputies drill for the Big One

    Deputies drill for the Big One
    The Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station went into disaster mode Thursday, if only for practice. As part of the Great California Shakeout — with more than 7 million participants statewide, the nation's largest earthquake safety exercise — the...
  • Giving residents a quake-up call

    Giving residents a quake-up call
    It is a matter of when, not if. That was the message Thursday at Providence High School in Burbank, where representatives of Chile's emergency services division joined local and state officials for a simulated earthquake response. The drill was in...
  • Small Wonders: Taking it one day at a time

    Small Wonders: Taking it one day at a time
    Impermanence. Though it creeps up on us silently, change has a habit of striking in the moment. Like the long-building earthquake that jolts us from sleep; or seasons that argue thunderously with wild temperature fluctuations before one relents....
  • Driven to buy

    Driven to buy
    In case Ken Splithoff's friends are reading this, the Carpentersville, Ill., auto aficionado has a few things on his holiday wish list: remote-controlled cars, subscriptions to hot rod magazines and a coupon for a racecar driving course. "I did that a...
  • Comcast Xfinity: South Florida users offered 24-hour computer, wireless trouble-shooting support

    Comcast Xfinity: South Florida users offered 24-hour computer, wireless trouble-shooting support
    Today Comcast rolled out technical and equipment customer support service plans for South Florida Comcast customers. Need help setting up your wireless network? Do you have a nasty computer virus problem? This plan is meant to help on a year round, 24-...
  • March 7 - 11

    Ben Kaplan - Steve Greenberg Monday, March 7 Ben Kaplan - Scholarships For more information: www.CityofCollegeDreams.org Tuesday, March 8 Steve Greenberg Gadgets That Protect and Serve ARCHERFISH SOLO is a "thinking" surveillance camera that'...
  • The battle for the 'smart home' heats up

    The battle for the 'smart home' heats up
    What if the cable guy was also your home security guy? Maryland consumers are about to find out. Comcast Corp. has launched a marketing blitz this month to sign up customers for its new "Xfinity Home" package, which features a residential alarm system,...
  • Reject the eyesore rooftop box

    The Burbank Planning Board has allowed wireless transmission facilities into R-1 zoned residential areas. If you call your house an institution, they will allow any wireless carrier service to put a wireless transmission facility on your roof if it is a...