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  • Android TV: Why Google Needs a Second Path to Television

    Google has a runaway hit with Chromecast, the cheap, lightweight adapter for slinging Internet video to HDTVs, selling millions of the $35 dongles (just 30 bucks on Amazon!) since its launch last summer. So word that Google is staging a renewed push to...
  • Spending: texting Dick Tracy

    Kiplinger's Personal Finance Chester Gould, the inventor of Dick Tracy's iconic two-way wrist radio, could not have imagined the real thing. Teamed with your smart phone, a smart watch can display real-time fitness data; show phone, text and social-media...
  • Stephen Graham Jones on writing horror and its inverse, romance

    Stephen Graham Jones on writing horror and its inverse, romance
    Stephen Graham Jones may be the best prolific writer you haven't heard of yet, partly because his specialty is literary horror and partly because, despite having a specialty, he's quick to switch genres and hard to pin down. Count up his books and stories...
  • Music is more mobile than ever, but convenience comes at a price

    Music is more mobile than ever,  but convenience comes at a price
    "I mean, I'm wearing next to nothing I even put on a little spice I long for you to hold me in your arms But instead, you cradle your device." — Tom Brosseau, "Cradle Your Device" Need any more proof that smartphones have taken over our...
  • Streaming services expand free offerings as Beats Music nears

    Streaming services expand free offerings as Beats Music nears
    The Internet music service Rdio is now letting people in the U.S. access its 20-million-song library on the Web without paying -- though those users will hear ads.  The change is part of a deal announced last year in which terrestrial radio company...
  • SXSW 2014: Experts fret over future, Kelela lets music play on

    SXSW 2014: Experts fret over future, Kelela lets music play on
    AUSTIN, Texas -- A great many of the panel discussions at this year's South by Southwest conference offer variations on a question that goes right to the heart of our digital age: How are musicians supposed to get paid when music is so readily had for...
  • Glenelg High track teams shine at NYC meet [Glenwood/Glenelg/Dayton]

    Glenelg High School boys and girls track teams recently competed at the Bishop Loughlin Games in New York City. The Games are the largest and oldest indoor track meet in the country, and regularly feature the rising stars of the track world. Both...
  • Drumbeat builds for launch of Beats Music

    Drumbeat builds for launch of Beats Music
    The long-anticipated Beats Music service, from veteran music executive Jimmy Iovine and rapper Dr. Dre, is on the launch pad, with AT&T touting a new family plan. Beats Music, set to launch on Jan. 21, will vie with Pandora, Spotify and Apple's iTunes...
  • Pixies Promise Mix Of Old, New In Area Concerts

    Pixies Promise Mix Of Old, New In Area Concerts
    The initial lifespan of the Pixies was only seven years long, lasting from 1986 to 1993. After the band's dissolution, their legend and popularity grew exponentially. Their loud-quiet-loud songwriting formula was highly influential on bands that came...
  • Glen Ellyn considering lower water rate for Glen Oak Country Club

    Glen Ellyn considering lower water rate for Glen Oak Country Club
    About a decade after annexation discussions began with the Glen Oak Country Club, Glen Ellyn officials are closer than ever to reaching an agreement with the facility. The latest hang up, however, involves a request from Glen Oak for a special water...
  • Noisier Cell Phones Coming: More Than Half of Smartphone Users Stream Music

    More cell phone users are turning their handsets into radios, with half of all smartphone users streaming music on the devices. Around 52% of smartphone owners used their devices to access apps like Pandora in the fourth quarter of 2013, up from 41%...