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  • Mental-health relief � without having to wait

    Even on her worst days, Shirley Thompson used to have to wait weeks to see her psychiatrist to get help with her bipolar disorder. "You can't put a date on your depression," she said. It's a problem shared by millions of mental-health patients across...
  • Amazon's hot tablets face stiff competition

    Amazon's Fire tablets keep getting better and cheaper. At the low end is the new Fire HD 6 tablet, which the company is selling for $99, or $114 for a version that doesn't display ads on its lock screen. With a 6-inch diagonal screen, quad-core...
  • A fortune for iPads, but not enough for math books

    A fortune for iPads, but not enough for math books
    Something was missing last week from a seventh-grade math class at Palms Middle School in West Los Angeles. It wasn't the students; they were at their desks. It wasn't teacher Bruce Kravets; he was eager to dive in, as he has been for 45 years....
  • 7 Apple rumors; which will prove true?

    7 Apple rumors; which will prove true?
    Apple's next big event is coming up Oct. 16 in Cupertino, and the tech giant is expected to let us see the baby: its latest tablet. Apple has holiday dollar signs dancing in its head. The question is, considering we don't toss out our tablets as...
  • Forest Hill marathoner more focused on DVDs' running time

    Forest Hill marathoner more focused on DVDs' running time
    Here's one man's scheme for running in Saturday's Baltimore marathon: strap an iPad to your back, show highlights of the Orioles' three world championships and hope other runners hang back to watch it. That's Mike Woodring's game plan, anyway. "At...
  • Police use iPad to find woman trapped overnight in ravine

    Police use iPad to find woman trapped overnight in ravine
    A police officer used an iPad to track down a 28-year-old woman who was trapped overnight after her car rolled hundreds of feet down an embankment just east of San Jose, police said. The woman's stepmother reported her missing about 3 a.m. Tuesday after...
  • Around Town: Downtown Residents Assn. makes endorsements

    Downtown residents group makes election endorsements The Huntington Beach Downtown Residents Assn. says it is endorsing Planning Commissioner Mark Bixby and incumbents Joe Shaw and Connie Boardman in the Nov. 4 City Council election. The group also...
  • YouTube Video Firm Jukin Media Raises $1.2 Million from Peter Guber, Allen DeBevoise and Others

    Jukin Media, a YouTube multichannel network specializing in distributing and licensing viral video clips, announced that it has raised $1.2 million in funding from investors including Mandalay Entertainment chairman and CEO Peter Guber and Machinima...
  • Icahn urges 'undervalued' Apple to buy back more shares

    Icahn urges 'undervalued' Apple to buy back more shares
    Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn said Apple Inc's shares could double in value and urged the company's board to buy back more shares using its $133 billion cash pile. "We believe Apple is dramatically undervalued in today's market, and the...
  • Tesla guts look more like an iPad than a car, analysis finds

    Tesla guts look more like an iPad than a car, analysis finds
    Is the Tesla a car or an iPad? That’s the question engineers at the IHS automotive research firm posed as they dissected one of the electric car company’s pricey Model S sedans. They found that the design, components and manufacturing...
  • Howard County instructor named Maryland Teacher of the Year

    Howard County instructor named Maryland Teacher of the Year
    A Howard County high school teacher who was raised in a family of educators and turned to the profession as a second career was named the state's Teacher of the Year Friday. Jody Zepp, 54, of Owings Mills, was born in Baltimore and grew up in...