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  • How Amazon Fire TV stacks up against competitors

    How Amazon Fire TV stacks up against competitors
    Amazon.com on Wednesday jumped into the crowded world of video-streaming devices by announcing the Fire TV, a $99 set-top box. The Amazon Fire TV will now go head to head against the Apple TV, the Google Chromecast and four Roku devices. These devices...
  • Kevin Hunt: How To Send Music Through Your Home's Powerline

    It's barely worth discussing how to upgrade a stodgy audio system with a wireless connection because once Apple's Airport Express enters the room the conversation usually ends. The Airport Express costs $99, though, which might seem overpriced if its...
  • Centros de datos de Apple, Facebook y Google se vuelven más ecológicos: Greenpeace

    Por Alexei Oreskovic SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Apple Inc, Google Inc y Facebook Inc han hecho avances significativos para adoptar fuentes de energía renovables a sus servicios web, dijo el grupo medioambientalista Greenpeace en un informe publicado el...
  • Official Rules: The Daily Press Poetry Contest

    NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. The Daily Press Poetry Contest (the “Contest”) starts at 12:01 AM ET on Tuesday, April 1, 2014 and ends at 11:59 PM ET on Sunday, May 11, 2014...
  • Troy Wolverton: Roku's Streaming Stick offers loads of content in small package

    Roku's line of digital media players have long been among my favorite ways of getting Internet videos to the TV. Now the company has added a new device to its lineup that's smaller, cheaper and more versatile. It's not perfect, but Roku's new Streaming...
  • April Fools' Day tech roundup: GIF bombs, artificial partners and more

    April Fools' Day tech roundup: GIF bombs, artificial partners and more
    As always, the tech world is embracing April Fools' Day 2014 in full force, with countless gags from Google, Sony and many others in the space. Here are some of the funniest tech-themed April Fools' Day jokes from around the Web: Google Maps Pokemon...
  • 'Fault in Our Stars' writer John Green has a good read on teens, tech

    John Green's career as a book world phenom began auspiciously: His funny but tragic 2005 debut novel, "Looking for Alaska," became a cult young adult hit and landed the American Library Assn.'s Printz Award for YA novel of the year. This was followed by...
  • Whether it's bikes or bytes, teens are teens

    If you're like most middle-class parents, you've probably gotten annoyed with your daughter for constantly checking her Instagram feed or with your son for his two-thumbed texting at the dinner table. But before you rage against technology and start...
  • Not sure if a site is safe from 'Heartbleed'? Use this tool to check

    Not sure if a site is safe from 'Heartbleed'? Use this tool to check
    A bug named "Heartbleed" was recently discovered and likely affects most websites on the Internet. Fortunately, an online tool makes it easy for users to quickly check whether a website is secure or not. Heartbleed is a bug that affects OpenSSL, a...
  • German engineer who created 'Heartbleed' bug says it was an accident

    German engineer who created 'Heartbleed' bug says it was an accident
    Say hello to Robin Seggelmann. The name may not ring a bell, but his handiwork has gained worldwide notoriety. Seggelman, it seems, is the poor soul who wrote the flawed piece of code that has come to be known as the Heartbleed bug. According to his...
  • 'Heartbleed Bug' puts Web security at risk

    'Heartbleed Bug' puts Web security at risk
    SAN FRANCISCO — The discovery of a significant flaw in software that was supposed to provide extra protection for thousands of websites has thrown the tech world into chaos as experts scrambled to understand the scope of the vulnerability. On...