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  • Netflix hits 50 million subscribers worldwide

    Netflix Inc. has hit the 50-million member milestone. The Los Gatos, Calif., on-demand video company said Monday that 50.05 million people around the world now subscribe to its online service, after it added 1.69 million members in the quarter that...
  • If you must trade in your car, here's how to get the most for it

    The best advice about trading in your car is to avoid it. You'll always get more money selling it on your own, sometimes thousands more. A quick tour of Kelley Blue Book's KBB.com used-car valuation service shows you why. Take a 2010 Honda Accord EX...
  • Breaking down Chicago apartment-finding services

    Breaking down Chicago apartment-finding services
    Apartment-finding services are popular in Chicago, especially for those on the hunt for their very first place. Here's what 9 services will and won't do for you.  >>FYI: All of these services are free to search for an apartment. When you're ready to...
  • Appeals Court Revises Ruling Over YouTube Posting of 'Innocence of Muslims' Video

    As Google and other Silicon Valley firms decry an appellate court ruling holding that an actress had a copyright interest in her performance, enough to force YouTube to remove an inflammatory "Innocence of Muslims" video, the judges who ruled for her...
  • Budget travelers benefit from search engines' scattershot approach

    Question: I'm going to Europe this summer. I will buy a Eurail pass, so I don't care what major city I land in. I just want the cheapest fare. But some search engines allow you to see only one city at a time. I have now filled out five different city...
  • ABC News shakeup! NBC wraps upfront. RIP Eli Wallach.

    ABC News shakeup! NBC wraps upfront. RIP Eli Wallach.
    After the coffee. Before trying to shake off this sore throat and fever. The Skinny: I've been a little under the weather the last two days. Hopefully the fever will fade later in the morning. Wednesday's roundup includes some late-breaking news out of...
  • Aereo decision a win for Tribune Co., but no loss for Chicago

    Aereo decision a win for Tribune Co., but no loss for Chicago
    The U.S. Supreme Court handed television broadcasters – including Tribune Co., a plaintiff in the lawsuit – a major victory Wednesday in ruling that online service Aereo Inc. violated copyright laws by using antenna farms to rebroadcast...
  • Pay-TV's bundling gets reprieve in high court's Aereo ruling

    In its ruling against the TV streaming company Aereo Inc., the Supreme Court has removed one of the most visible threats to the pay-TV industry's notoriously expensive bundle. Aereo uses tiny antennas to deliver over-the-air TV signals via the Internet....
  • Hogan removes 'Zaching' photo from Brown attack ad

    Hogan removes 'Zaching' photo from Brown attack ad
    Republican Larry Hogan’s campaign for governor quietly removed from an online ad a controversial photo of his gubernatorial opponent Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown “Zaching” for the camera. Hogan’s campaign acknowledged Saturday...
  • Kroger buys Vitacost to expand into online grocery shopping

    Supermarket giant Kroger Co. wants to beef up its Internet operations.  The operator of Ralphs and Food 4 Less said Wednesday that it is buying Vitacost.com, an online seller of vitamins and other health-oriented products, for $280 million. Kroger...
  • Europe starting to see the flaws in the 'right to be forgotten' ruling

    Europe starting to see the flaws in the 'right to be forgotten' ruling
    One week after Google started implementing a high court's order providing a "right to be forgotten," Europeans are starting to discover what mischief the court has invited. The Guardian reported Wednesday on several of its stories that had gone...