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  • Proposed bills seek to rewrite media rulebook

    Proposed bills seek to rewrite media rulebook
    Looking to bring an end to channels going dark as a result of contract disputes between broadcasters and pay-TV distributors, two lawmakers are proposing legislation that could radically alter the media landscape. Reps. Anna Eshoo and Zoe Lofgren,...
  • Got a long, complex Internet search? Google says it can handle it

    Got a long, complex Internet search? Google says it can handle it
    SAN FRANCISCO -- For those of you who routinely type long, complex questions into the Google search box, rather than just a few random keywords, this search engine update is for you. Google revealed Thursday that it has quietly changed the formula...
  • To celebrate its quinceañera, Google offers Doodle piñata to whack

    To celebrate its quinceañera, Google offers Doodle piñata to whack
    A 15th birthday, or quinceañera, is a very special occasion for young Latinas. It's also apparently very important for Google. The search giant has been pulling out all the stops this week to make its 15th anniversary a memorable one. It's latest...
  • 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...
  • Historic Homes Contest rules

    OFFICIAL RULES 1. NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY. The Historic Homes Contest (the "Contest") is sponsored by The Baltimore Sun Company, LLC ("Baltimore Sun"), Bella Kitchen and Bath and Hotel Monaco Baltimore. Contest is offered only in the counties in...
  • TripGems.com website lets travelers share hidden gems

    You can use this website to tap into the experiences of other travelers. A collection of hidden gems around the world awaits. Name: TripGems.com What it does: It's an online home for storing your memorable travel locations as well as sharing your...
  • Star of HGTV's 'Cash & Cari' to host seminars at home show in Timonium

    Star of HGTV's 'Cash & Cari' to host seminars at home show in Timonium
    Don't be surprised if you spot HGTV host Cari Cucksey roaming through the antiques shops of Hampden or stopping at a random yard or estate sale this weekend when she's in town for the Maryland Home and Garden Show. Cucksey, star of the HGTV show "Cash &...
  • Sony partners with Wal-Mart video service on new release feature

    Sony partners with Wal-Mart video service on new release feature
    In a bid to spur digital movie purchases, Sony Pictures has struck a deal with Wal-Mart's Vudu video streaming service to add video sharing and other features to new releases including "This Is the End" and "After Earth" as well as forthcoming titles such...
  • PUC gives a nod to Uber, Lyft, other ride-sharing services

    PUC gives a nod to Uber, Lyft, other ride-sharing services
    SACRAMENTO — California has given the green light to online services that link passengers with private car owners — a sign that government is adapting to peer-to-peer commerce that's disrupting established industries. On Thursday, the Public...
  • Race to snatch old, unused Yahoo user names begins

    Race to snatch old, unused Yahoo user names begins
    Yahoo has freed up a substantial number of inactive user names and will give them to people on a first-come, first-served basis, the company announced Monday. A month ago, Yahoo announced it would deactivate accounts that hadn’t been touched for a...