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  • Gold rush: iPhone 5s sell out; gold Samsung Galaxy S 4 coming

    Gold rush: iPhone 5s sell out; gold Samsung Galaxy S 4 coming
    There's a rush for golden smartphones, and Apple and Samsung are scrambling to meet the demand. Apple's gold-colored iPhone 5s, which went on sale Friday in the United States, quickly sold out at most locations. It's in such high demand that buyers...
  • Goodbye typos: Facebook adds 'edit post' feature for desktop, Android

    Facebook users, rejoice: You can now edit posts after they've been published. The Menlo Park, Calif., company announced Thursday that users will be able to go back and edit their status updates after they've been published when they use Facebook on...
  • Oops! EBay seller cancels sale of gold iPhone 5s for $10,100

    Oops! EBay seller cancels sale of gold iPhone 5s for $10,100
    When buying items on EBay, be careful how you type. A typing mistake caused a user to bid $10,100 for a gold iPhone 5s earlier this week -- more than 50 times the item's regular price of $200 with a two-year contract -- and got the person worldwide...
  • Our Chicago Tribune 'Digital Copy'

    Our Chicago Tribune 'Digital Copy'
    Many readers tell me they love to hold the printed Chicago Tribune and page through it in an act of discovery. Now there is a way to enjoy a similar experience with the newspaper on your digital tablet. It’s called the Digital Copy and it...
  • Amazon working on smartphone with 3-D display, report says

    In an effort to expand beyond the world of online retailing, Amazon.com is reportedly working on a high-end smartphone that would feature a 3-D screen. The device would allow users to see 3-D images without having to wear glasses, according to the...
  • "Terror Tots" return in new e-book format

    "Terror Tots" return in new e-book format
    When it comes to comic books, there is a lot of debate as to how to get them to sell as well as they did back in the late 80's and early 90's. Many say that the downturn occured when comic books went from selling in local convenience and grocery stores,...
  • Amazon begins shipping Kindle Fire HDX ahead of Apple iPad event

    Amazon begins shipping Kindle Fire HDX ahead of Apple iPad event
    Amazon.com said it is now shipping the latest version of its Kindle Fire tablet, just a few days before Apple holds an event where it is expected to announce a new lineup of its iPad tablets. The Seattle-based online retailer announced Friday that the...
  • Apple stock soars on eve of iPad announcements

    Apple stock soars on eve of iPad announcements
    As Apple gears up Tuesday to reveal its latest versions of the iPad and iPad Mini, investors seem to be finally getting a bit more optimistic about all these new product launches.  On Monday, Apple's stock was up 2.84%, or $14.43, to $523.32 in mid-...
  • OfficeMax makes right after award mix-up

    OfficeMax makes right after award mix-up
    Because of a mixup over an OfficeMax award, one Discovery Middle School teacher won a $1,000 prize package for exceptional teachers earlier this month, but a different teacher was named in the press release. OfficeMax righted the problem by giving a prize...
  • 5 things you need to know about revamped comments on YouTube

    5 things you need to know about revamped comments on YouTube
    YouTube is known for drawing users who like to leave vile and mean comments on videos, but now, the Google-owned video service is rolling out changes that could help weed out such commentary. So how exactly is YouTube changing the way users leave...
  • How to create magazines using Flipboard

    How to create magazines using Flipboard
    Raise your hand if you're on Twitter, have a Facebook account, +1 on Google+, upload photos to Instagram and pin on Pinterest. Good. I see lots of hands. Now how many of you are on Flipboard and are using the platform to create magazines? I still...