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  • Mobile health faces a bumpy road in rural California

    Mobile health faces a bumpy road in rural California
    Steering along washed-out roads in California's southern Sierra, Earl Ferguson gets excited when he sees white plastic stakes sticking up from the ground along the way. They're markers of a new high-speed Internet line running from Barstow to Reno,...
  • Ex-state Rep. Keith Farnham pleads guilty to child porn

     Ex-state Rep. Keith Farnham pleads guilty to child porn
    Former state Rep. Keith Farnham faces a mandatory minimum of five years in prison after pleading guilty Friday to online trading of thousands of images and videos of child pornography depicting victims as young as toddlers. Federal prosecutors sought to...
  • Ulta's 3rd-quarter profit rises 30 percent

     Ulta's 3rd-quarter profit rises 30 percent
    Ulta Beauty continued to put its best face forward Thursday, reporting a 30 percent increase in net income in the third quarter,  surpassing Wall Street’s expectations. The Bolingbrook-based cosmetics company had net income of $59.1 million, or 91...
  • CNET: Four Top Holiday Picks

    These four products represent the best gifting choices available in their respective categories as chosen by CNET's editors. (We'll feature more picks from this feature in next week's installment.) Tablets: iPad Air 2 The good: The new iPad Air gets...
  • Free apps as holiday party icebreakers

    Free apps as holiday party icebreakers
    Politics and religion make poor holiday party icebreakers. Weather is a safe but withered chestnut. Sports? Don't cast yourself as one-dimensional or unduly rabid. Have you downloaded any interesting free apps lately? Now you're talking. Here are...
  • Clermont library offering free holiday programs of music, film

    Cooper Memorial Library will offer free holiday programs at the library, 2525 Oakley Seaver Drive, Clermont. •The holiday music series will feature the Paul De Ritter Duo from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday performing seasonal music. DaVida, a Christian...
  • The latest in traveler apps, including Amazon, Roadtrippers and Matter

     The latest in traveler apps, including Amazon, Roadtrippers and Matter
      Amazon Instant Video (Free for iOS, Fire phones & Kindles and Android; extra perks for Prime members) What it is: An app that lets you buy and stream and/or download TV episodes and movies purchased from Amazon's vast Instant Video library. Fire...
  • Teachers left out of the LAUSD iPad loop

    To the editor: Whether former Los Angeles Unified School District Supt. John Deasy's iPad plan was criminal or just criminally stupid is irrelevant. He refused to listen to his most valuable asset: us teachers. ("FBI seizes LAUSD records related to...
  • How L.A. Unified got its iPad contract

    How L.A. Unified got its iPad contract
    Was the Los Angeles Unified School District's $1.3-billion iPads-for-all program handled properly? This question has been debated for more than a year — and took on new urgency this week after FBI agents removed 20 boxes of records from school...
  • Ann McFeatters: A holiday wish list for our friends in Washington

    WASHINGTON 'Tis the season for catalogues. Tons of them. And although our politicians have not been kind and considerate to us this past year, here are some gift suggestions for some of them. For Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., the Senate's most passionate...
  • Four reasons to be glad a federal grand jury is investigating L.A. Unified's iPads

    Four reasons to be glad a federal grand jury is investigating L.A. Unified's iPads
    There was a lot to dislike about the proposal to buy $500 million worth of iPads for Los Angeles Unified School District students (plus $800 million for the necessary broadband at schools): The price, the incomplete curriculum, the paucity of serious...