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  • Intel gives upbeat outlook for 2015 revenue, stock gains

    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Intel, helped by a stabilizing personal computer market, gave a revenue outlook for 2015 that was above Wall Street's expectations and also raised its dividend, sending its shares higher. In a press release on Thursday, Intel...
  • Police Files for Nov. 20

    North Coast Highway: Petty theft was reported in the 900 block at 10:18 a.m. Tuesday. A purse was reported stolen. Wilson Street: Petty theft was reported in the 700 block at 12:21 p.m. Tuesday. A hose and sprinkler were reported stolen. Temple...
  • Captain Comics: New version of Elric mines his decadent universe

    Elric of Melnibone leapt from the fertile mind of English writer Michael Moorcock in 1961, and has captured the imagination of fans, writers and artists ever since. The doomed albino has done it again, this time with a new graphic novel series that...
  • Apple to offer Beats music service in iPhone, iPad

    Apple to offer Beats music service in iPhone, iPad
    Apple Inc will bundle the subscription music service it bought from Beats into its iOS operating system early next year, the Financial Times reported. The inclusion of the paid-for Beats service in an iOS software update, which would instantly make it...
  • Teachers test new way of understanding how kids learn

    Teachers test new way of understanding how kids learn
    On the floor of a kindergarten classroom at Holly Ridge Elementary School, Michelle Russolese watches five children closely as they discuss the letter "M." She asks them what sound an M makes. One boy isn't sure. "What is the action trick?" the teacher...
  • Obama praises educators' efforts to end digital divide

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama recognized school superintendents from across the country on Wednesday whose efforts to expand classroom technology means it no longer takes 20 minutes for a student in rural Alaska to log onto the Internet and that one...
  • Tech review: Another year, another iPad

    Some years, Apple introduces a new version of a product and the world rejoices. Other years, the updates are more under the hood, but they still sell a ton. With the iPhone, it has taken to an every-other-year release schedule. For example, the...
  • Pauline Bower: Retired educator was dedicated to living life to fullest

    Pauline Bower: Retired educator was dedicated to living life to fullest
    During nearly a century of life, Pauline Bower never stopped longing to learn. Bower was taught how to drive on a Model T Ford in the late 1920s, and at age 98, after losing her sight, learned to voice-dial family members using Siri technology on an...
  • Sound Advice: Earphones good for running

    Q: I need some headphones or earphones to use while I run, preferably something that stays in my ear and sounds good. Bluetooth would be nice, but not 100 percent necessary. Robert S., Willoughby, Ohio A: I recently tested two models recently that...
  • Dad crusades for safety after son electrocuted

    Dad crusades for safety after son electrocuted
    Chris Sloan refuses to let his son die for nothing. Something had to come from a 7-year-old's electrocution in the swimming pool behind his home. "You know what's the worst?" Sloan asked. "Having to answer the question, 'How are you doing?' I mean,...
  • Blackhawks honor Mundelein Marine during game

    Blackhawks honor Mundelein Marine during game
    When U.S. Marine Capt. Brandon Tole stood on the ice before a Chicago Blackhawks game in his dress blues as Jim Cornelison sang the National Anthem, it was a homecoming of sorts. As an active duty service member who served in Afghanistan, Tole said it...