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  • Why parents should crack open kids' tech gifts first

    Why parents should crack open kids' tech gifts first
    If tech devices will be under the tree on Christmas morning, parents would be wise to crack them open before the kids do. "A lot of tech toys say 'plug-and-play,' but you might have to log in and establish a user name and password or configure the Wi-Fi...
  • Lois Kuykendall Hild: Lifelong travels led wife, mother back to Orlando

    Lois Kuykendall Hild: Lifelong travels led wife, mother back to Orlando
    For her family, Lois Kuykendall Hild was the anchor: mother who injected meaning into the phrase "home is where the heart is." From an early age, she sought permanence in people, not places. Her father's work and her brother's bronchitis meant...
  • Kindle Fire owners get free access to Washington Post

    The Washington Post announced a new app on Thursday that gives Amazon Fire tablet users free online access to the paper. Fire owners have free access to The Washington Post for six months, with no subscription required. Readers would then have to sign...
  • Captain Comics: New version of Elric mines his decadent universe

    Elric of Melnibone leapt from the fertile mind of English writer Michael Moorcock in 1961, and has captured the imagination of fans, writers and artists ever since. The doomed albino has done it again, this time with a new graphic novel series that...
  • Gloucester and Mathews arrest report

    Gloucester In the 4700 block of Clopton Drive A report of damaged property was received on Oct. 19 from a customer at Wal-Mart. The victim's front driver's-side tire was punctured while parked in the parking lot between 5 and 6 p.m., causing $100 in...
  • BSkyB Invests in Internet-Video Startup Pluto.TV

    U.K. satcaster BSkyB has invested $500,000 in web-video aggregator Pluto.TV, whose previous investors include UTA CEO Jeremy Zimmer and Terry Semel's Windsor Media. Pluto.TV, launched this spring, pulls in video from across the web and organizes it in...
  • 'Skylanders Trap Team' goes mobile

    GamerHub.tv The "Skylanders" franchise has generated over $2 billion in sales for Activision, which first introduced the collectible toy game concept to the video game industry in 2011. Toys for Bob, the developer behind the original "Skylanders Spyro'...
  • It's Freebie Friday: Free pizza, bagels and $10 Publix gift cards

    It's Freebie Friday: Free pizza, bagels and $10 Publix gift cards
    Happy Freebie Friday! It's time for another fabulous freebie free-for-all! Munch on a free peronsal pan pizza, free bagels, free coffee, free doughnuts. Get into museums for free this weekend and snag a $10 Publix gift card with product purchases....
  • WWE Network Ready for International Rollout to Pin Down New Subscribers

    Five months after its launch in the United States, where it's signed up nearly 700,000 paying subscribers, the WWE Network will start streaming overseas. WWE will introduce the digital channel in 170 countries starting Aug. 12. Those include major...
  • Creator of Google Glass and camera-equipped contacts moves to Amazon

    Creator of Google Glass and camera-equipped contacts moves to Amazon
    The man who created Google Glass has left the Mountain View, Calif.,  tech giant for Amazon, a sign that the Seattle online retailer may be eyeing an entrance into the wearable device market. Babak Parviz announced his move this weekend through a post...
  • FTC sues Amazon over millions of dollars for in-app purchases made by kids

    FTC sues Amazon over millions of dollars for in-app purchases made by kids
    The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is suing Amazon.com alleging that the online retailer unlawfully billed parents millions of dollars for mobile in-app purchases accidentally made by their kids. The federal complaint, which was filed in Washington&...