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  • District 113 rolls out Chromebooks for coming school year

    District 113 rolls out Chromebooks for coming school year
    When school begins next week at Deerfield and Highland Park high schools, every freshman and sophomore will have a Chromebook, a laptop that some educators say will boost student engagement in the classroom. After this school year, incoming freshman...
  • Apple shares hit $100

    Apple shares hit $100
    Shares in Apple Inc. touched $100 for the first time since its stock split this summer, during midday trading Tuesday.  It marks Apple's first return to triple digits since its seven-for-one stock split in June and giving the iPad and iPhone maker a...
  • 14 elementaries designated STEM schools

    The following elementary schools — Astatula, Cypress Ridge, Eustis Heights, Grassy Lake, Groveland, Lost Lake, Round Lake Elementary Conversion Charter, Sawgrass Bay, Seminole Springs, Sorrento, Tavares, Treadway, Triangle and Umatilla —...
  • Hot! Apple iPad Mini for $199

    Hot! Apple iPad Mini for $199
    WOW! Snag an Apple iPad Mini at Target for $199. Save $100 on first-generation, 16 GB models with Wi-Fi in white or space gray. The tiny tablet has a 7.9-inch display, a A5 processor, FaceTime cameras and 10 hours of battery life. Target also is...
  • Blotter: GMC van robbed of $2,000 worth of equipment in Palatine

    Blotter: GMC van robbed of $2,000 worth of equipment in Palatine
    The following items were taken from Palatine police reports: A Rigid generator and power washer and a tool box, valued in total at $2,000, were taken after a burglar pried open a GMC van that was in a parking lot in the 1200 block of North Prairie Brook...
  • Wal-Mart upskirt suspect with shoe phone charged with voyeurism, Sanford police say

    Wal-Mart upskirt suspect with shoe phone charged with voyeurism, Sanford police say
    A Wal-Mart shopper with a device hidden in his shoe snapped photos up a woman's skirt in the toilet-paper aisle and in a checkout line at a Sanford store Tuesday, police said today. Paul Senzee, 40, of Apopka was charged with video voyeurism after he...
  • Live magnificently in your multipurpose den

    Live magnificently in your multipurpose den
    There's never been a better time to think about home improvement, especially if you have a den project in mind. Harvard University's Joint Center for Housing Studies forecasts double-digit gains in home improvement spending for 2014, according to its...
  • Have your iPad settings gone awry? Try toggling restrictions settings

    A co-worker called me over to help troubleshoot her iPad, which was not behaving correctly. The iPad was no longer sending iMessages, and she could not add a new email account. When I took a look at the iPad, I found the settings for iCloud, Messages,...
  • Americans aren't saving for retirement [Commentary]

    Americans aren't saving for retirement [Commentary]
    We are headed for a retirement train wreck in this country. Employers continue to shift the burden of post-work income onto the shoulders of their employees, and nobody is saving enough money. But what is more alarming is this: More than a third of...
  • Warrant: Hartford Man Threatens Life Of Person Selling Phone

    WEST HARTFORD — After purchasing an iPhone via Craigslist with fake $20 bills, a Hartford man threatened to kill the seller who was demanding the phone back, according to the warrant for his arrest. Kevon Ferrell, 21, was arrested on Sunday and...
  • Apple ramps up spending on R&D

    As rumors swirl about new Apple products that may be on the way, one thing is for sure: The company is doubling down on R&D. The Cupertino, Calif.-based company has shifted research and development into overdrive this year, spending $1.6 billion in the...