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  • IPad Q&A with leaders of Twitter, Craigslist, Time, Sequoia, Wired and Federated Media

     
    Apple Inc. stormed back into consumer electronics in 2001 with its iPod music player, then solidified its reputation as the coolest, most forward-thinking tech company with the iPhone in 2007. The landmark devices have generated an estimated $60 billion...
  • ‘Kipling Color Jam Tour’ at Macy’s, Orlando, on Saturday

     
    Here's a fun event for you young-'n'-trendy fashionistas. It's the Kipling Color Jam Tour, a series of events at select Macy’s stores, including the one at Orlando's Florida Mall on Saturday, 2-4 p.m. In partnership with The Scratch DJ Academy, the...
  • The changing typography of the Web

     
    Since the World Wide Web’s earliest days, whether you were shopping on Amazon or researching on Google or catching up on news at latimes.com, chances are you were looking at just one of four typefaces -- Arial, Verdana, Georgia or Times -- each...
  • Need to report a problem to the city? Santa Monica has an app for that.

     
    Reporting troublesome potholes or unsightly graffiti is an arduous process that has long involved having to remember the intersection of the problem before eventually (or never) finding time to detail the annoyance in a letter to a council member --......
  • OCPS inches closer to construction department audit

     
    Orange County School Board inched closer to hiring an outside auditor to investigate how it awards contracts, monitors project, follows polices and practices within the district’s construction and purchasing departments. School board attorney Frank Kru....
  • Is the Air Force's Playstation 3 supercomputer program on its last life?

     
    The Air Force could be affected by a new program from Sony that renders the Playstation 3 unable to install Linux....
  • Easy ways to save on summer travel

     
    With that lovely swampy Florida settling outside, you're probably planning your summer vaca to somewhere less wet and burning right now if you haven't locked it down already. And if you haven't begun making your plans, get on it asap, as places are...
  • Google debuts Google TV with Sony and Intel

     
    Google Inc. wants to bring the Internet to your television screen. The Internet giant unveiled a new platform called Google TV that it says "will change the future of television" during the company's developer conference Thursday in San Francisco....
  • Orange school board approves outside review of construction and purchasing programs

     
    You will see a shorter version of this in the paper tomorrow. Orange County’s School Board voted tonight to hire an independent auditor to investigate its construction and purchasing departments. In a heated meeting, the board approved a recommendation....
  • How Sezmi stacks up

     
    If digital cable and Verizon's FiOS are version 2.0 of pay TV, then Sezmi is version 2.5. It's a step in the right direction, but still a work in progress. Sezmi is a hybrid of over-the-air, cable and online television services, combining more than 50...
  • Digitally downloaded software popular online, automatic renewals not so much

     
    In 1990, Bill Gates introduced Microsoft Windows when software came in a box and you had to run to the store to get it. Credit: Marty Lederhandler/Associated Press. Digital delivery is the preferred method of getting software, with consumers reporting...