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  • Nokia unveils tablet, 6-inch phones; Instagram, Vine apps coming

    Nokia unveils tablet, 6-inch phones; Instagram, Vine apps coming
    Hoping to get a jump on its rivals, Nokia announced early Tuesday that it will be rolling out a tablet running the Windows operating system and two smartphones with whopping 6-inch screens. The Finnish phone maker also said that popular apps Instagram...
  • Microsoft working on Google Glass rival, HTC making smartwatch, reports say

    HTC and Microsoft, two companies that have been struggling to keep up with their rivals in the smartphone race, are reportedly working on next-generation wearable technology. Reports this week say the two tech companies are working on wearable gadgets...
  • Watch Apple media event live with Safari Web browser or Apple TV

    Apple will be streaming live video from its latest product announcement Tuesday in San Francisco, where it is expected to unveil new iPads, MacBooks and more.  Users can head to Apple's website using the Safari Web browser to watch the event live. Users...
  • iPads for L.A. Unified could now cost $770 each, a 14% increase

    iPads for L.A. Unified could now cost $770 each, a 14% increase
    The L.A. Unified School District will have to purchase nearly 520,000 iPads in order to avoid spending nearly $100 more apiece for the tablets, a new school district budget shows. The newly disclosed price of $770, a 14% increase per iPad, appeared in a...
  • Apple to release Mavericks OS X today for free

    Apple to release Mavericks OS X today for free
    Apple announced it will release the latest version of its computer software, Mavericks OS X, on Tuesday. The upgrade will be available for download directly from the Mac App Store for free. The company made the announcement Tuesday morning at an event...
  • Apple unveils new Retina MacBook Pro laptops and price for Mac Pro

    Apple unveils new Retina MacBook Pro laptops and price for Mac Pro
    At an event in San Francisco on Tuesday, Apple announced new versions of its Retina MacBook Pro laptops and said its redesigned Mac Pro computer will go on sale "before the end of the year." The Cupertino, Calif., tech giant said the black, cylinder-...
  • Apple rolls out smaller, thinner iPad Air tablet, for sale Nov. 1

    Apple rolls out smaller, thinner iPad Air tablet, for sale Nov. 1
    Apple introduced the fifth generation of its iPad tablet, a thinner, lighter and redesigned model that is being dubbed the iPad Air. The new model looks a lot like the iPad mini. It weighs 1 pound, down from 1.4 pounds for the previous model, and it...
  • Apple introduces Retina display for new iPad mini

    Apple introduces Retina display for new iPad mini
    Apple on Tuesday unveiled the second generation of its iPad mini tablet, which will feature its high-resolution Retina display. The new iPad mini's 7.9-inch screen will now feature 2,048-by-1,568-pixel resolution, that is the same as the resolution on...
  • Apple's iPad event: Here's what you need to know

    Apple's iPad event: Here's what you need to know
    It was a jam-packed event for Apple in San Francisco on Tuesday, with the company introducing two new iPads, two new Macs and announcing even more. Here's a recap of all the announcements. iPad Air The star of the day without question was the iPad...
  • L.A. Unified negotiates lower price for iPads

    L.A. Unified negotiates lower price for iPads
    L.A. school district officials are negotiating a lower price for thousands of iPads that are part of a $1-billion effort to provide tablets to every student, teacher and administrator. The reduced price, about $200 to $300 less per device, would apply...
  • L.A. Board of Education approves next phase of iPad plan

    L.A. Board of Education approves next phase of iPad plan
    The Los Angeles Board of Education Tuesday approved the next phase of a $1-billion effort to provide computers to every student, teacher and administrator. The board agreed to distribute iPads to every student at 38 more schools, begin a bidding process...