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  • Seen on TV & News Links

    Seen on TV & News Links
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  • Lowdown on stimulus: Compare Senate and House plans

    Lowdown on stimulus: Compare Senate and House plans
    A comparison of the $827 billion economic recovery plan drafted by Senate Democrats and moderate Republicans with an $820 billion version passed by the House. Additional debt costs would add about $350 billion or more over 10 years. Many provisions expire...
  • Miami men connected to theft of 41 million credit card numbers

    Federal authorities said Tuesday that they had cracked the largest case of identity theft in U.S. history, charging 11 people in the theft of more than 40 million credit and debit card account numbers from computer systems at such major retailers as TJ...
  • Yahoo's earnings report fails to wow Wall Street

    Yahoo Inc. on Tuesday made much ado about its first-quarter financial performance as a sign that it's turning around its fortunes. Wall Street reacted like nothing happened. Analysts said the results and projections were not strong enough to force...
  • 'Green' light bulbs may have their dark side

    As Americans set up their new computers, TVs and other electronic goodies from the holidays, the increasingly eco-minded consumer is wondering: What should I do with the old ones? Rapidly improving technology and a consumer thirst for all the latest...
  • Big Y Uses Technology To Counter Cashiers' Miscues

    At Big Y Foods Inc., cashiers have an extra reason not to make any mistakes as oranges, steaks and paper towels cross their scanners. Although cameras at checkout counters have long been routine, technology being installed at Big Y reviews the...
  • Hot links served up daily

    Hot links served up daily
    WHEN Los Angeles Times sportswriter Mike Penner revealed in a recent column that he'd soon be changing his name to Christine Daniels, the piece quickly became the No. 1 draw on the newspaper's website. From across cyberspace the readers came....
  • Saga of CompUSA: Once big, now fading

    Amid holiday cheer, it was with mixed emotions that I received the downbeat announcement of the permanent after-holidays closing of CompUSA Inc.'s stores. The company was sold to a restructuring firm that will close or sell off its stores. The 103 retail...
  • Extended warranty firm touts quick fix

    More and more, shoppers are heeding the advice of consumer advocates who every holiday season warn against buying extended warranties for television sets, cellphones and computers. Steve Abernethy doesn't see this as a problem, even though his company,...
  • Federal Ruling Loosens Apple's Grip

    Federal Ruling Loosens Apple's Grip
    Ever attempted a jailbreak? Well, according to the Copyright Office, it's practically legal. var addthis_config = {"data_track_clickback":true}; Share | No, we don't mean climbing over an electric, barbed wire fence, running from armed security guards....
  • Home office tips: A few switches that can really compute

    * Use a computer with an Energy Star designation. It consumes 70% less electricity than other computers. If left inactive, Energy Star computers enter a low-power mode and use 15 watts or less. Spending a large portion of time in low-power mode not only...