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  • Review: Justin Power Bank Charger/Dock, SwannEye HD Wi-Fi Security Camera

    Review: Justin Power Bank Charger/Dock, SwannEye HD Wi-Fi Security Camera
    If smartphone batteries only lasted longer than a fresh-cut flower deprived of water, it would suck the life out of the external-battery-pack industry. Apple put bigger batteries into the iPhone 5c and 5s than the original iPhone 5's 1,440mAh (as in...
  • Drained! How To Get Better Battery Life On iOS 8

    Drained! How To Get Better Battery Life On iOS 8
    Feeling a little sluggish, slow and drained? Not you, mobile warrior: The battery in your iPhone or iPad newly update to iOS 8. Here are a few ways to restore some of your battery's lost vigor by turning off: Location Services and Background...
  • Schools differ in ways to pay for technology

    Schools differ in ways to pay for technology
    Thousands of high school students in Chicago's northwest suburbs carry an iPad in their backpacks, courtesy of taxpayers in Arlington Heights-based District 214. For the first time, freshmen in the west suburban Glenbard high schools are required to...
  • 40 Signs You're a Mom

    40 Signs You're a Mom
    There are so many indicators that define us moms and literally set us apart from every other life force on Earth. So, here you have it: Signs You’re a Mom, or as I like to say, You Know You’re a Mom IF… 1.  You haven’t heard...
  • Perris city councilman charged with multiple drug-related felonies

    A Perris, Calif., city councilman was charged with multiple felonies Friday relating to a June drug incident at a Red Lion Inn. Julio Rodriguez, 28, was charged with two felony counts of furnishing a controlled substance, one felony count of...
  • App Review: FitStar Personal Trainer

    It's hard to motivate yourself to work out, especially every day. It's even more dreadful if you don't know what exercises to do during your workout. With FitStar Personal Trainer, you can design your own workouts, and videos of professional trainers will...
  • How to get social with your new iPhone 6

    Here are three tips to get social on your shiny new iPhone 6: 1. More icons. Four more, to be exact. These taller iPhones get an additional horizontal row, but you still only get four icons per row. It means faster access to the social platforms you...
  • Blotter: Dine and ditch in Hoffman Estates

    Blotter: Dine and ditch in Hoffman Estates
    The following items were taken from Hoffman Estates police reports: A 74-year-old Elgin man was arrested for a warrant for contempt of court out of DuPage County in the 400 block of West Higgins Road around 3:40 p.m. on Sept. 17. A 23-year-old...
  • Modern Technology Breathing New Life Into Historic East Hartford Cemetery

    Modern Technology Breathing New Life Into Historic East Hartford Cemetery
    EAST HARTFORD — The Friends of Center Cemetery was about to revamp its 20-year-old walking tour booklet when it occurred to Ray Tubbs, the group's president, that the printed word might have a foot in the grave. People don't want printed guides...
  • Deasy's impatience threatens to overshadow LAUSD achievements

    Deasy's impatience threatens to overshadow LAUSD achievements
    There's a storm cloud gathering over Los Angeles politics these days, and the man at its center is schools Supt. John Deasy. In office since 2010, Deasy has fenced with his bosses, the seven-member school board, almost from the get-go. Lately, however,...
  • Student computer use raises privacy questions

    Student computer use raises privacy questions
    As more and more students take home a school-issued tablet, iPad or laptop, they might think twice about what websites they visit, what they post on social media and the sorts of things they email to their friends. School districts moving to "one-to-...