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  • Glendale-based DineEquity to install 100,000 tablets at Applebee's tables, considers same for IHOP

    Glendale-based DineEquity to install 100,000 tablets at Applebee's tables, considers same for IHOP
    How to deal with boredom at the table and long waits for the check while dining out? Applebee’s is betting on 100,000 tablets. The casual dining chain is planning to install the technology at every table and many bars at its more than 1,800...
  • McAfee, Symantec adapt to changing cybersecurity landscape

    McAfee, Symantec adapt to changing cybersecurity landscape
    Silicon Valley has rediscovered cybersecurity. The last time it was this focused on the field was in the 1990s. Two giants emerged from that generation: McAfee and Symantec. These may well be the two security companies that remain the most...
  • Georges St-Pierre vacates UFC welterweight title belt

    Reigning Ultimate Fighting Championship welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre vacated his belt on Friday, saying his life “is a … zoo right now.” UFC President Dana White, who did not want the popular veteran mixed martial artist...
  • Clippers' Jared Dudley unhappy with his play

    Clippers' Jared Dudley unhappy with his play
    His poor play this season is weighing on Jared Dudley, causing the normally upbeat and gregarious Clippers small forward to take himself to task for his performances. Dudley swore at himself during media interviews following yet another bad game against...
  • Did Yankees president tamper with Angels' Mike Trout? MLB wants to know

    Did Yankees president tamper with Angels' Mike Trout? MLB wants to know
    The baseball commissioner's office is investigating whether New York Yankees President Randy Levine was guilty of tampering when he said Friday that he would offer Angels outfielder Mike Trout a 10-year contract. The Angels are furious that Levine...
  • Hard work paid off before sale of Nike Air Jordans from 'flu game'

    Preston Truman, the former Utah Jazz ball boy who sold a pair of Michael Jordan-autographed Nike Air Jordan shoes from the 'flu game' for a record price, is ready for the spotlight to shine on someone else. Since news of the sale, which was conducted in...
  • 'Meatballs' reigns. Houston sports channel goes bust. Zalaznick out.

    After the coffee. Before over-analyzing the end of "Breaking Bad." The Skinny: I was all set to see "Don Jon" on Sunday but the ArcLight in Hollywood had other plans and canceled the early afternoon screening in the dome. A text or an email might...
  • Maryland's whiz kid [Letter]

    Maryland's whiz kid [Letter]
    What a wonderful article about Crownsville whiz kid Jack Andraka ("Maryland teen gets worldwide stage after winning Intel award," Jan. 4). As a resident of Anne Arundel county, I am especially proud. His appearances on TV have been excellent. Let's hope...
  • Sony to launch its own cloud-based TV service

    Sony to launch its own cloud-based TV service
    Sony Corp. is getting into a new facet of the TV business: launching an Internet service that will bring live television programs and on-demand content into the home. Andrew House, chief executive of the Sony Computer Entertainment Group, unveiled plans...
  • Advertisers stick with 'Duck Dynasty.' Sony has cloudy plans

    Advertisers stick with 'Duck Dynasty.' Sony has cloudy plans
    After the coffee. Before running for sheriff of Los Angeles County. The Skinny: I successfully renewed my driver's license, which required taking the written test again. I only got two wrong and one was about rules for smoking in a car and I quit...
  • Stocks' growth may hinge on much better earnings, economy

    The stock market shined last year with an epic rally. Now it's time for corporate America — and the economy — to catch up. Stocks ballooned 30% last year, as measured by the Standard & Poor's 500 index. But the average company in the broad...