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  • Cain Velasquez confident ahead of third fight with Junior Dos Santos

    Cain Velasquez confident ahead of third fight with Junior Dos Santos
    Cain Velasquez might have fallen to one of Junior Dos Santos’ best punches in their first meeting, but Velasquez’s five-round beating of Dos Santos in their rematch gives him confidence about their third fight. Stopping at downtown’s...
  • Norton, McAfee tackle user privacy in Android mobile security apps

    Norton, McAfee tackle user privacy in Android mobile security apps
    Security software makers McAfee and Norton recently added features to their Android apps designed to help users control who can interact with the sensitive information on their smartphones and tablets. The focus on privacy is aimed at drawing more...
  • Ronda Rousey lets smack, fingers fly toward Miesha Tate

    Ronda Rousey lets smack, fingers fly toward Miesha Tate
    LOS ANGELES — Decked out in a sharp business suit, Ronda Rousey looked to be all business on Tuesday. But the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s women’s bantamweight champion and archrival Miesha Tate, as per usual with the adversaries,...
  • K-Pop superstar G-Dragon upsets U.S. fans with Trayvon Martin tribute

    K-Pop superstar G-Dragon upsets U.S. fans with Trayvon Martin tribute
    The K-pop superstar G-Dragon may have had good intentions in his attempted homage to Trayvon Martin. But a photo shared by the Big Bang front man had the exact opposite effect. The singer, rapper and producer, born Kwon Ji Yong, is the leader of one...
  • G-Dragon rep says blackface photo is a 'huge misunderstanding'

    G-Dragon rep says blackface photo is a 'huge misunderstanding'
    Earlier this week, the K-Pop superstar G-Dragon posted an image to his Instagram account that shocked many U.S. fans with its resemblance to a widely shared image of the Florida shooting victim Trayvon Martin. Though the post didn't mention Martin by...
  • Review: Rick Ross aims for a remodel at Club Nokia

    Review: Rick Ross aims for a remodel at Club Nokia
    Rick Ross built his career rapping about his exploits as an above-the-law drug kingpin, a front he kept up even after it was famously revealed that in a previous life the Miami MC had once worked as a Dade County corrections officer. The news might...
  • A Lakers fan's charity results in a meet and greet with Kobe Bryant

    When Kobe Bryant announced his campaign to help eliminate homelessness in Los Angeles, he inspired many to contribute. Lakers fan Romina Rosas of Montclair was moved to donate money through Prizeo's "Win a Night Out in L.A. with Kobe Bryant." "First...
  • Lakers week in review

    Lakers week in review
    Kobe Bryant was a popular topic last week, opening up to Jimmy Kimmel for an hour of conversation on Thursday in front of a packed house at Nokia Theatre. The Lakers All-Star guard told Kimmel he isn't sure if he'll play on opening night (Oct. 29),...
  • Listen: Janelle Monáe and Miguel get sensual in 'Primetime'

    Listen: Janelle Monáe and Miguel get sensual in 'Primetime'
    Local R&B star Miguel had quite a winning 2012, what with Grammy accolades and a breakout hit in "Adorn." Now as a guest on Janelle Monáe's new single, "Primetime," the singer is part of another rare feat, if only for a moment. "Primetime," the third...
  • Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's top 9 flops, from Tablet PC to Xbox One

    Microsoft's tumultuous fall on the stock market during the last 13 years has largely been fueled by missteps in the consumer products market. Though Bill Gates had significant control until 2006, soon-departing Chief Executive Steve Ballmer ultimately...
  • Organizers cancel Archon Genomics X-Prize

    Organizers of the Archon Genomics X-Prize called off their $10-million competition Thursday, just two weeks before teams were set to begin work on 100 high-quality human genome sequences, in 30 days, at a cost of less than $10,000 per genome. Writing in...