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  • Apple shows off OSX 10 Yosemite, iOS 8 and new programming language

    Apple shows off OSX 10 Yosemite, iOS 8 and new programming language
    Apple Inc. announced updates to its mobile and desktop operating systems Monday at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. Apple CEO Tim Cook said the updates were designed to help the company's devices "all work together in harmony....
  • Spending: what you need to know about tech cleanup

    Kiplinger's Personal Finance While you're spring cleaning, don't forget to spruce up current devices and discard outmoded electronics. 1. Do a thorough sweep. This is the perfect time to dispose of unused and unneeded tech. Plus, take time to give...
  • You must protect your electronics, digital data

    You must protect your electronics, digital data
    Whether you stay or go, it's smart to back up important files, photos and other information from your computer and other electronic devices. Computers MICROSOFT allows users to store data in the cloud with OneDrive. Once you create a free account, you...
  • Supreme Court's tech ignorance may help Aereo

    Supreme Court's tech ignorance may help Aereo
    On the same day that she issued a historically important dissent in defense of affirmative action, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor showed that she's the court's resident techie. In oral argument in the case of ABC v. Aereo, she invoked Dropbox,...
  • Why a Loss for Aereo Wouldn't Threaten Cloud Services

    Aereo, which will fight for its life before the Supreme Court next month, has issued dire warnings that if its TV-streaming service is ruled illegal, it would spell the doom of "cloud-based" services like Dropbox or Google Drive. "If the broadcasters...
  • Teacher accidentally shows class personal sex photo

    Students in an Arkansas middle school class got an impromptu sex ed lesson on Wednesday when their teacher accidentally showed them a photo of her having sex with her fiancé, KARK is reporting. The school is currently investigating the incident and...
  • Mobile Genius making moves

    Perhaps, your cellphone took a dip in the toilet and won't turn on. Or maybe your iPad got trampled by the dog resulting in a cracked screen. No matter what damage your electronic device has sustained, Mobile Genius is there to help. The high-tech fix-...
  • Disney Launches Movie Streaming Service

    Walt Disney Studios is finally launching its long-awaited digital movie service, ending nearly three years of speculation as to whether Disney would join the six other major studios in supporting UltraViolet or go it alone. Disney Movies Anywhere...
  • Cyber-tech guru offers valuable tips

    Cyber technology is changing so fast it's almost impossible for parents to monitor. In the past, parents knew the world in which their children were growing up and could guide and protect them accordingly. This is no longer assured since the landscape...
  • Resolved: to make a keep-able resolution

    Resolved: to make a keep-able resolution
    If my New Year's resolution holds in 2014, this is the last time I'll wind up staring blankly at my computer screen as my column deadline bears down. I've been thinking about what to write all week, in between shopping, cooking, kicking back and outings...
  • Apple bought mapping, note-taking technologies in 2013

    Two technologies acquired by Apple earlier in 2013 were revealed this week: BroadMap and Catch. Apple's acquisitions were reported by 9to5Mac and later confirmed by Apple to AllThingsD. BroadMap specialized in mapping data; Catch was a cloud-based note-...