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  • More for Your Money: Locating a travel, shopping or dining deal by GPS

    More for Your Money: Locating a travel, shopping or dining deal by GPS
    Checked in lately? On your smart phone, that is. If you had, you might have scored discounts on drinks, meals, shopping and other travel goodies just for letting friends and businesses know your whereabouts. Or even racked up points in a hotel's...
  • Dropbox inventor determined to build the next Apple or Google

    Dropbox inventor determined to build the next Apple or Google
    Four years ago, Drew Houston was just another super-smart hacker with ambitions of starting his own company. He'd strap on headphones to block out everything but the endorphin rush as he cranked code late into the night on a new service that instantly...
  • Tecnología: Apple lanza libros de texto interactivos para iPad

    <b>Tecnolog&#237;a:</b> Apple lanza libros de texto interactivos para iPad
    Apple Inc. lanzó el jueves a la venta versiones electrónicas de una serie de libros de texto para la escuela secundaria y que pueden verse en el iPad. Los textos electrónicos, que incluyen libros de biología, ciencias ambientales, álgebra y química,...
  • Xbox upgrades aim to be 'future of TV'

    Xbox upgrades aim to be 'future of TV'
    An update rolling out Tuesday for the Xbox Live network aims to do what Microsoft has been teasing for a while -- turn a platform designed primarily for video games into one that will be the major hub for all television viewing. Microsoft promises the...
  • News Corp. sells Myspace for $35 million

    News Corp. sells Myspace for $35 million
    News Corp. has sold Myspace for $35 million, a fraction of what it paid for the once-hot social media site even as a new generation of Web-based start-ups is enjoying sky-high valuations. Advertising company Specific Media will team with the singer...
  • Amazon gets heat over warehouse

    Amazon gets heat over warehouse
    Justine Frantz has spent $1,483.31 over the past several years buying gifts for her grandchildren from online retailer Amazon.com. But the Lower Macungie resident said she won't give the Seattle company another penny after reading about working conditions...
  • Local Mall to Track Shoppers' Cell Phones on Black Friday

    Local Mall to Track Shoppers' Cell Phones on Black Friday
    TEMECULA, Calif. -- Attention holiday shoppers: your cell phone may be tracked this year. Starting on Black Friday and running through New Year's Day, two U.S. malls -- Promenade Temecula in southern California and Short Pump Town Center in Richmond, Va....
  • Mall to track shoppers' cell phones on Black Friday

    Mall to track shoppers' cell phones on Black Friday
    TEMECULA, Calif. -- Attention holiday shoppers: your cell phone may be tracked this year. Starting on Black Friday and running through New Year's Day, two U.S. malls -- Promenade Temecula in Southern California and Short Pump Town Center in Richmond,...
  • Online retailers elbow in on Black Friday

    Online retailers elbow in on Black Friday
    Online retailers are reaching beyond the desktop this Thanksgiving weekend to snag shoppers wherever they may be — curled up on the couch, sipping a latte at a coffee shop and even standing in line at the cash register. No longer content with...
  • Microsoft already makes an 'Apple TV'

     Microsoft already makes an 'Apple TV'
    If you're longing impatiently for the much-hyped features of Apple's rumored new TV, you don't have to wait. They're already here. Microsoft's Xbox Live service already does what Apple is reportedly negotiating with the cable companies to pull off. The...
  • CDW exec integrates successful team practices from the ground up

    CDW exec integrates successful team practices from the ground up
    It was the latter half of the 1990s, more than a generation after the women's movement had begun and long after business casual dress was common in many workplaces. But some taboos die hard.    "We all still wore suits, with pantyhose and skirts that hit...