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  • Willard S. Boyle dies at 86; a father of the digital camera

    Willard S. Boyle dies at 86; a father of the digital camera
    Willard S. Boyle, who shared the 2009 Nobel Prize in physics for the invention of the revolutionary imaging device that is at the heart of digital cameras of all descriptions, died May 7 at a hospital in his home town of Wallace, Canada. He was 86 and had been suffering from kidney disease, friends said.
  • PASSINGS: Donald Payne, Kurt Lehovec

    PASSINGS: Donald Payne, Kurt Lehovec
    Donald Payne New Jersey's 1st black congressman Rep. Donald Payne, 77, the first African American congressman elected to represent New Jersey and a former chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, died Tuesday at a hospital in Livingston, N.J. He...

    Fowler Museum gets $2 million for African arts curatorship

     
    UCLA's Fowler Museum has received $2 million endowment to help pay the salary of its curator of African arts. The donation comes from Jay Last, one of the founders of Silicon Valley and the high-tech industry.

    Robert Noyce, superstar of Silicon Valley, gets a Google Doodle

     
    Robert Noyce: Google Doodle honors Robert Noyce, the co-inventor of the microchip. Robert Noyce. The microchip was small in size, enormous in impact.

    Los Angeles City Hall becomes tech giants' battlefield

    Los Angeles City Hall becomes tech giants' battlefield
    As Google and Microsoft battle for dominance in technology, a skirmish in Los Angeles City Hall is offering a rare public glimpse into a rivalry that could help determine the fortunes of both companies -- and, quite possibly, how workers in the future...