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  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Fashion hits the virtual world of video games

    Fashion hits the virtual world of video games
    NEXT month, shoppers will be able to walk into H&M and buy a nautical-inspired minidress designed by 21-year-old Beau Fornillos, who created the sporty frock using a computer video game. Fornillos isn't a professional fashion designer. He built the dress...
  • District equipment to be auctioned off

    GLENDALE — School district officials aren't calling it a fire sale, but the Board of Education on Tuesday voted to auction off used exercise equipment. Any revenue will go directly into the general fund, where officials project an $18.5-million...
  • Why you should skip the $97 iPhone Walmart deal

    Many would-be iPhone owners are wondering whether it's smart to buy the current iPhone 3GS for $97 at Walmart when the new iPhone release is little more than a month away. My advice: Stay away from the $97 Apple iPhone deal if you want a real bargain....
  • For Quality, it's Hard to Top Veterans' Health Care

    For Quality, it's Hard to Top Veterans' Health Care
    Where can you find the highest quality health care in the U.S.? There isn't one single answer, but believe it or not, many studies and independent experts point to the Veterans Health Administration as among the best. The VA has its own system-wide...
  • Florida did little or nothing with complaints about Dynetech

    Florida regulators have fielded scores of consumer complaints through the years about the how-to-get-rich affiliates of Orlando-based Dynetech Corp. But the grievances have largely fallen through cracks in the government's bureaucracy. More than 130...
  • Website Wednesday Night Computer Gift Guide

    Thinking about a computer as a Christmas gift? Or maybe looking for something computer related for the pc or mac geek on your list? Well here's the Website Wednesday Night Computer Gift Giving Guide. These products are recommended by Nic Rotondo, Patrick...
  • New Haven's PaperG Helps Clients Post Web Ads On The Cheap

    New Haven's PaperG Helps Clients Post Web Ads On The Cheap
    In late 2007, just before the great American financial meltdown began in earnest, Victor Wong turned down a summer job at a major New York investment bank to fire up a tiny enterprise of his own. For good measure, he dropped out of Yale, too. The bank...
  • Free video and photo editing websites

    Free video and photo editing websites
    Summer is the perfect time to test out that new digital camera or spankin' new camcorder, but what do you do with all those hours of footage? How do you put it together without buying fancy editing software? Here are some free video and photo-editing...