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  • CES 2015: Typo is back with redesigned iPhone keyboard

    CES 2015: Typo is back with redesigned iPhone keyboard
    The Typo detachable keyboard case -- you know, the one that looks like a BlackBerry and was thus sued by BlackBerry -- is back after a redesign. The Typo2 snaps onto your iPhone 5, 5s or 6 and gives Apple users the tactile feeling of pressing physical...
  • 2014 marked by explanatory, accountability journalism

    2014 marked by explanatory, accountability journalism
    Dear Readers, As we embark on a new year, I want to take a moment to thank you for reading and to look back at the highlights of 2014. Last year, the Los Angeles Times continued its tradition of delivering agenda-setting coverage of local, state,...
  • Paul Revere's time capsule had a newspaper in it; would a time capsule today have a paper?

    Paul Revere's time capsule had a newspaper in it; would a time capsule today have a paper?
    It’s telling that Paul Revere and Samuel Adams’ 1795 time capsule, stumbled upon last month and opened Tuesday night in Boston, contained five newspapers. If we buried a time capsule in Los Angeles today, sure, we would probably put a copy...
  • Resolve to buy the right office bag

    New Year's resolutions fall into several categories, but among the most common is reaching a career-related goal. Whether you want to land a new job, get a raise or promotion, or even find a job that makes you happier, the beginning of a new year is an...
  • Lake schools could face $1.2 million in fines for class size violations

    Lake schools could face $1.2 million in fines for class size violations
    The Lake County school district could face more than $1.2 million in fines for once again exceeding constitutional class-size requirements — the highest penalty in the state other than Miami-Dade. Lake — the only Central Florida district out...
  • Blotter: Patient spits on person at hospital in Bolingbrook

    Blotter: Patient spits on person at hospital in Bolingbrook
    The following items from gathered from police reports: Police responded to Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital Dec. 26 at about 3 a.m. for the report of an aggravated battery. The victim was spat on by a patient while the patient was being treated. A...
  • Commentary: The latest, greatest thing? Beware

    Well ladies and gentlemen, it's a new year, when our thoughts turn to hope for a better world, optimism for a great 12 months ahead, resolutions to personally improve each of our lives, all of that stuff. But not for me, baby. To heck with that...
  • Emailing pictures with your iPad isn't obvious

    Something like attaching a photo to an email from iOS might be second nature to some people, it's not obvioius for others. There are two ways to send a photo from your iPad via email. First, you can send a picture from the Photos app. Launch the Photos...
  • District 89 holds off on student computers

     District 89 holds off on student computers
    School district all around Glen Ellyn District 89 are supplying students with individual computers, but not so fast, say district board members, who want to learn more and consider other priorities before making such a big decision. "Everyone is not...
  • Concert series thrives through season

    With close to 40 concerts through March and venues in Boca and Delray, mother-and-son team Florrie and Jeff Morgenstern's Community Performing Arts series hasn't just grown, it exploded. "It hasn't been a quantum step; each year we push the envelope,"...
  • Lynn University offers new iPad degree

    Lynn University offers new iPad degree
    Lynn University could get a new nickname: iPad University. The small, private Boca Raton school is already known for giving iPads to all its undergraduate students. Now it's creating a lower-cost, iPad-based evening program targeted at working adults,...