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  • As online privacy concerns rise, Americans seek to avoid surveillance

    As online privacy concerns rise, Americans seek to avoid surveillance
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Do Americans care about their online privacy? More and more. As they share more personal information on social networks and other online services, they are hankering for better control over who has access to that stockpile of intimate...
  • Make room for Airbnb

    Make room for Airbnb
    Airbnb, an online service that helps people rent rooms to travelers from around the world, has allowed hundreds of Angelenos to turn their dwellings into a potentially lucrative source of income. But the influx of short-term guests has also led some...
  • Rivals want to review new Google concessions in EU antitrust probe

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Looking to settle a nearly three-year-long probe into allegations it abuses its dominance in Europe to favor its own services, Google has offered new concessions to the European Commission. "I can confirm that the commission has...
  • Cutting the cable cord is not as hard as it seems

    Cutting the cable cord is not as hard as it seems
    Like a lot of people, Virginia wants to do away with her cable service. She spent $100 for a new antenna so she could still watch local channels. It didn't work out well. The antenna had trouble pulling in all the channels. ASK LAZ: Smart answers to...
  • Web buzz: Jetradar app seeks out cheaper fares

    This flight comparison app can help you find cheaper rates than some of your favorite online travel agencies. Name: Jetradar Available for: iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch What it does: It's a search engine that finds airfares at 20 airlines, 23 online...
  • Music streaming service Rhapsody lays off 15% of staff

    Music streaming service Rhapsody lays off 15% of staff
    Streaming music pioneer Rhapsody, one of the first digital music companies to offer access to songs through monthly subscriptions, has cut its staff by 15%. Also, its president, Jon Irwin, is stepping down and will continue as a strategic advisor. ...
  • 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...
  • AltaVista? Ask grandpa about it

    AltaVista? Ask grandpa about it
    Early users of the Web, and no one else, will be sad to hear that AltaVista is no more. AltaVista was one of the first search engines for the Web and was a leader in the market until the 2000s, when it was overlapped by Google. The search engine was...
  • Tech Takeaway: Apple gives away free apps, AltaVista closes [Video]

    Tech Takeaway: Apple gives away free apps, AltaVista closes [Video]
    The latest in tech includes free apps from Apple, the death of AltaVista and more. Here are some highlights from a day in tech. Apple gives away popular apps for free The Cupertino, Calif., tech giant put 10 of the most popular apps in its App Store...
  • David Lowery's uphill fight against commodification

    David Lowery's uphill fight against commodification
    David Lowery has a modest proposal to help his fellow musicians in the digital age: force Pandora and other online music services to negotiate for the right to play songs. Lowery — leader of indie-rock pioneers Camper Van Beethoven and later,...
  • 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...