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  • Looking for World Cup highlights? Google makes it quick

    Looking for World Cup highlights? Google makes it quick
    The quickest way to keep up on the World Cup may be Google. People in the U.S. searching for countries playing in the World Cup will see, at the top of the results, links to highlight videos from the country’s most recent match. Clicking takes...
  • iPotty, Monopoly make list of most 'oppressive' toys

    iPotty, Monopoly make list of most 'oppressive' toys
    A consumer group dedicated to reclaiming childhood from corporate marketers has released its annual list of toys that are 'oppressive and destructive to young children.' The Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood has released five nominees for its...
  • Automobile recalls are on pace to break recent highs

    Automakers are on a torrid recall pace this year. Car companies have recalled about 11 million vehicles in the U.S. so far this year. General Motors Co. has called back the most: 6 million, including more than 2 million for an ignition switch issue...
  • More drivers need to get recalled cars fixed, insurance group says

    More drivers need to get recalled cars fixed, insurance group says
    An insurance industry study found that repairing recalled vehicles can reduce dangerous incidents for drivers. The Highway Loss Data Institute – an arm of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety – looked at claims for car fires that were...
  • Netflix to pay Comcast to ensure network speeds

    Netflix to pay Comcast to ensure network speeds
    Updated to correct the name of Netflix's Open Connect initiative. Netflix Inc. has agreed to pay Comcast Corp. to ensure the online service's subscribers get seamless access to movies and TV shows delivered over the Internet, according to people...
  • 100 top companies for remote jobs: FlexJobs 2014 list

    100 top companies for remote jobs: FlexJobs 2014 list
    FlexJobs has released its list of Top Companies for Remote Jobs, and many companies with local operations are on the list. But then, that doesn't matter if you're working from home. The top 10 companies offering work-at-home or telecommuting jobs are:...
  • You must protect your electronics, digital data

    You must protect your electronics, digital data
    Whether you stay or go, it's smart to back up important files, photos and other information from your computer and other electronic devices. Computers MICROSOFT allows users to store data in the cloud with OneDrive. Once you create a free account, you...
  • NFL launching new NFL Now online network this summer

    The National Football League is launching a new digital network that will allow fans to customize content based on their favorite teams and players. Called NFL Now, the online service will debut this summer in advance of the 2014 football season. It...
  • 2014 Nelson Algren Award Official Rules

    2014 Nelson Algren Literary Awards OFFICIAL RULES   - NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. The 2014 Nelson Algren Literary Awards (the “Contest”) is sponsored by Chicago Tribune Company LLC (“Chicago Tribune”). Contest is...
  • Wreckage cleared, normal service restored on Blue Line

    Wreckage cleared, normal service restored on Blue Line
    The CTA has restored normal service on the Blue Line after clearing wreckage from Monday's collision of two trains at the Harlem station. Crews worked late into the night to remove the trains after riders complained Tuesday about crowded platforms and,...
  • What is the 'Deep Web'? And other questions about the shadowy virtual world of Silk Road

    What is the 'Deep Web'? And other questions about the shadowy virtual world of Silk Road
    The Silk Road case shined a light on the deep underbelly of the web -- exposing many casual Internet users to unfamiliar terms like Deep Web, Tor and Bitcoin. So we asked Johns Hopkins cryptography professor Matthew Green -- who recently was in the news...