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  • Missy Elliott to play L.A. K-Pop convention KCON

    Missy Elliott to play L.A. K-Pop convention KCON
    Missy Elliott will perform alongside a roster of K-Pop superstars during KCON 2013, a two-day fan convention for the genre at Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena later this month. Elliott will perform during the first U.S. taping of K-Pop countdown show...
  • HTC One coming to Verizon Wireless on Thursday

    The HTC One smartphone will be sold by the nation's largest carrier beginning next week, four months after it launched on AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. Verizon Wireless said in a tweet early Friday that HTC's top phone of 2013 would cost $199 with a two-...
  • Skype to be pre-installed in new version of Microsoft Windows

    Bloatware is the term given to programs that come pre-installed on computers even though it's unlikely they will be used by every owner. Sometimes they are difficult to get rid of and can consume resources unnecessarily.  Pre-installed anti-virus...
  • AOL's Patch local news service cuts 350 jobs; additional 150 in limbo

    AOL Inc. on Friday plans to lay off 350 employees who work for the tech company's Patch local news websites, Chief Executive Officer Tim Armstrong said in a conference call with AOL staff. An additional 150 workers could lose their jobs by October,...
  • Werner Herzog's 'From One Second to the Next' is an Internet hit

    Director Werner Herzog's sobering new documentary short, "From One Second to the Next," is a hit on the Internet. The 35-minute film, a cautionary look at the dangers of texting while driving, has racked up nearly 1.75 million views on YouTube since...
  • L.A. taxi firm adopts 'e-hail' app to counter ride-share startups

    L.A. taxi firm adopts 'e-hail' app to counter ride-share startups
    Fighting back against the growing popularity of smartphone-based ride-sharing services, one traditional taxi company in Los Angeles has rolled out an app that makes it easy to summon and pay for a ride. The app, developed by Flywheel Software Inc., a...
  • This week's on-sales: The Weeknd, Rascal Flatts, Epicenter and more

    This week's on-sales: The Weeknd, Rascal Flatts, Epicenter and more
    A list of upcoming concerts across the Southland, with on-sale dates in parentheses. The Greek Theatre The Weeknd, Sept. 16-17 (Fri.); Thievery Corporation, Sept. 20 (Sat.) Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Rascal Flatts, Sept. 14 (Fri.); Epicenter...
  • American Music Festival admission pins half price through July 21

    American Music Festival admission pins half price through July 21
    Discount admission to see Daughtry, Barenaked Ladies, Third Eye Blind and Robert Randolph & The Family Band at the oceanfront over Labor Day weekend will be offered through July 21, promoters said Thursday. Those acts -- as well as Fuel, Edgar Winter,...
  • Nokia unveils the Lumia 928 smartphone for Verizon

    Nokia unveils the Lumia 928 smartphone for Verizon
    Nokia and Verizon Wireless are teaming up to launch the Lumia 928, a variation of the Finnish phone maker's flagship smartphone. After a few days of teasing users with vague ads like one that ran in a recent issue of Vanity Fair, the company...
  • Wireless carriers to launch ad blitz against texting and driving

    Wireless carriers to launch ad blitz against texting and driving
    The country's largest wireless carriers have joined together for a national advertising campaign to discourage mobile users from texting while driving. AT&T announced that competitors Verizon Wireless, Sprint and T-Mobile and more than 200 other...
  • Verizon to offer free Wi-Fi at Staples Center, Nokia Plaza

    Verizon to offer free Wi-Fi at Staples Center, Nokia Plaza
    Going to a large sporting event usually means you won't have Internet connection until you leave the stadium, but Los Angeles' Staples Center will no longer have that problem. The arena, which is home to the Lakers, Clippers and the Kings, has been...