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  • Naperville sues company over smart grid website

    Naperville sues company over smart grid website
    Naperville is suing a vendor for failing to provide the city with a working ePortal website for its new smart grid electric program. The lawsuit filed on Jan. 31 states that the defendant, Calico Energy, Inc., of Bellevue, Wash., is in breach of...
  • Art, dining feel sting of winter in degrees

    Art, dining feel sting of winter in degrees
    Let's start with the obvious: This has been a harsh, crummy winter, and at times just about everyone has preferred to stay indoors rather than to deal with extreme cold, snow and dicey walking or driving conditions. So it stands to follow that Netflix,...
  • CBS looks to NFL for a bigger bang on Thursday nights

    CBS is ready for some more football. Already home to a popular Sunday afternoon package of National Football League games, the network will add seven or eight Thursday night games to its strong prime-time lineup this fall. Those games had previously...
  • Paying car registration online? Watch for fee bumps

    Paying car registration online? Watch for fee bumps
    Chester Specht recently went online to renew his car registration. He Googled "DMV renewal" and clicked on the top listing. "Complete your vehicle registration in 3 simple steps," the website said, leading Specht through a straightforward process....
  • Comcast to buy Time Warner Cable: Say goodbye to the public interest

    Comcast to buy Time Warner Cable: Say goodbye to the public interest
    Reports are swirling around the media universe that Comcast is prepared to announce, as early as Thursday, a deal to acquire Time Warner Cable for north of $45 billion. The deal would combine the nation's biggest and second-biggest cable firms. Comcast,...
  • Amazon unveils Prime Music, removes the 'barrier' of choice

    Amazon unveils Prime Music, removes the 'barrier' of choice
    Online retail giant Amazon has unveiled its new streaming service, called Prime Music, one more addition to the company’s growing list of perks provided to premium members. As Amazon’s video service does with movies and TV shows, Prime Music...
  • 'X-Men' cleans up. Tennis Channel goes over the top.

    'X-Men' cleans up. Tennis Channel goes over the top.
    After the coffee. Before getting back into work mode. The Skinny: I know its sacrilege to ever have a bad thought about "Mad Men" so I'll only say I'm glad "The Sopranos" never did a song-and-dance number with Tony. Today's roundup includes the Memorial...
  • Dept. of Transportation: 'More protection, not less'

    Dept. of Transportation: 'More protection, not less'
    Apparently unfazed by the current congressional proposal to undo its earlier airline passenger protection rules, the Department of Transportation proposed a set of new, additional consumer protections. The most important deals with fees: DoT proposes that...
  • Ant colonies: Powerful search engines that benefit from experience

    Ant colonies: Powerful search engines that benefit from experience
    Alone, an ant’s wandering search for food may not seem particularly shrewd. But together, the critters'¬†foraging strategies are a powerful search engine that could put those Google web crawlers to shame.¬† The findings, described in the Proceedings...
  • 'Six strikes' program shows promise, with caveats

    'Six strikes' program shows promise, with caveats
    A little more than a year ago, the major music and movie companies got a version of the anti-piracy tool they'd long coveted: a system that automatically warned broadband subscribers when their accounts had been used for unauthorized file-sharing. Judging...
  • If Apple's purchase of Beats heralds a new era in music, who wins?

    Days after Spotify announced that it had more than 10 million subscribers to its online music service, Apple announced that it had struck a $3-billion deal to buy the company behind one of Spotify's newest, buzziest rivals: Beats. The challenge for both...