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  • Digital Savant: Expecting home theater gifts? Now's a good time to streamline TV-room clutter

    Let's say you think Santa Claus is bringing you some home theater stuff this year. Maybe Santa thinks you're some sort of saint and is bringing you a gigantic 4K HDTV (lucky!). Or maybe you mixed in some naughty activity in 2014 and you're expecting...
  • Online sales, early discounts alter holiday shopping traditions

    Online sales, early discounts alter holiday shopping traditions
    Early holiday promotions and rising online shopping took a toll on in-store sales during the Thanksgiving weekend as shoppers on average spent 6.4 percent less than they did a year earlier, according to data released Sunday by an industry group. The...
  • Maryland company to open 3-D printer plant

    Maryland company to open 3-D printer plant
    Meet Micro, a cube-shaped 3-D printer that could stand on your desk or kitchen counter, carries on its plastic shoulders part of an effort to turn Maryland into a center of a fast-growing technology. Micros will soon be shipping out by the thousands...
  • CEA Launches Networking Hub for 2015 CES

    The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) will launch a new initiative for the 2015 International CES called C Space. C Space will be a central headquarters at CES curated for the marketing, advertising, content and creative communities. This hub...
  • Variety's Breakthrough of the Year Awards Rocks Vegas

    CES might be winding down, but it's going out with a star-studded bang Thursday at Variety's Breakthough of the Year Awards. Held Thursday evening at the Las Vegas Hilton, the ceremony recognized a select group of rising stars in entertainment and...
  • Place your bets for least and most stressful jobs

    DEAR JOYCE: My husband says his job as a high school teacher of special education students is more stressful than my job as a retail customer service manager. No way! The loser of this bet has to do the family laundry for two weeks. Who's headed for the...
  • Mobile Genius making moves

    Perhaps, your cellphone took a dip in the toilet and won't turn on. Or maybe your iPad got trampled by the dog resulting in a cracked screen. No matter what damage your electronic device has sustained, Mobile Genius is there to help. The high-tech fix-...
  • Uber empowers people to choose the best transportation option

    Tribune writer Ron Grossman’s June 20 column, “Uber taking cabbies for a ride,”¬†unfairly equates Uber’s innovative ride-sharing service to stealing -- in this case “stealing” customers from law-abiding and heavily...
  • Could an Aereo Victory Be The Kick In the Pants the TV Biz Needs?

    (Palo Alto, Calif.) -- A court victory by Aereo would be enormously disruptive for broadcasters, many of whom have not yet found a way to meet consumer demand for mobile video. Yet according to one broadcasting exec, an Aereo victory might be just the...
  • Simple ways to save energy at home in just minutes

    Simple ways to save energy at home in just minutes
    Home is where the heart is. But it's also a place where families can be more conscious of their energy use. While conserving energy helps save the planet, it also helps homeowners save money. According to Christine Ackerson, sustainability manager at LG...
  • How to cut the cable cord (and how much you will save)

    In anticipation of our move to a new house, my husband blurted out something quite shocking. "I think we should just drop cable." Well, since I assumed cable television was necessary for his sports-watching hobby, and he assumed that I was beholden to...