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  • Troy Wolverton: With Yosemite, Apple takes wise and measured approach to personal computers

    The venerable personal computer has struggled to remain relevant as software and hardware makers adapt to the boom in mobile devices. Apple, though, seems to have found a winning formula. In recent years, Apple has gradually and deliberately attempted to...
  • Hampton schools superintendent discusses accreditation, iPad rollout at Community Education Forum

    Hampton schools superintendent discusses accreditation, iPad rollout at Community Education Forum
    HAMPTON—Hampton City Schools Superintendent Linda Shifflette explained how changes to Standards of Learning tests have led to lower student scores across Virginia, including Hampton, as part of Monday's Community Education Forum. Approximately...
  • LAUSD tests the limits of teachers' sanity

    To the editor: Whenever any columnist writes about public education, he will be criticized by both the teachers unions and administrators. Such is the lesson learned with the Los Angeles Unified School District. ("A teacher loves his job -- and is so...
  • How People React to the 2014 BMW i8

     
    One huge side effect of testing new cars for a living is seeing peoples' reactions when you're piloting something that's either all new, never been seen before or something exotic or ultra-expensive. The BMW i8 is all of those things......
  • Trying to deal with the world's most annoying individual

    I often wonder what it would be like to meet that guy from the beer commercials, dubbed the "World's Most Interesting Man." Would we discuss politics? Cooking? Opera? Definitely not opera because that's a subject I know nothing about and, out of boredom,...
  • Cubs won't be boring under Joe Maddon, but will they be winners?

     Cubs won't be boring under Joe Maddon, but will they be winners?
    We've already established that Joe Maddon is crazy, one of the prerequisites to taking the Cubs job in the first place. But we also found out Monday that Maddon wants his players to be just as crazy as him. "You have to have a little bit of crazy to...
  • Blotter: iPad, laptop stolen from car in Palatine

    Blotter: iPad, laptop stolen from car in Palatine
    A 62-year-old man was charged with retail theft after he was seen putting a package of toilet paper into his shopping bag without paying at a store at 1555 N. Rand Road on Oct. 25. A 25-year-old Mount Prospect man was charged with driving under the...
  • Who Are the Winners and Losers in Pay TV's Unbundled Future?

    The pay-TV bundle is a gigantic iceberg that's slowly melting. As Internet-video options proliferate, consumers will have a growing list of reasons to stop paying $90 or more per month for multichannel television. And the jockeying is now under way among...
  • Learn about mobile devices and e-readers during Tech Petting Zoo sessions at NAPL

    Northampton Area Public Library is hosting two Tech Petting Zoo sessions in November. Guests can stop by 6-7 p.m. Nov. 5 or 1-2:30 p.m Nov. 12 and try out an iPad, iPad mini, Kindle, and other tablets and e-readers, according to the library's website....
  • Tech Q&A: Apple's new OS update causes iPhone, iPad glitches

    Q: After Apple recently upgraded the iOS operating software for its mobile devices, my iPad 2 began having trouble connecting to my favorite websites via Wi-Fi. What can I do? Tom Enda, Lakeland, Fla. A: You are one of many iPad and iPhone users to...
  • Check out the food trends of 2015

    Check out the food trends of 2015
    When it comes to food, 2015 is forecast to be the year of fermented, smoked, and craft items that will either be quickly delivered to a doorstep or consumed in a grocery store that feels more like a restaurant. So says the Supermarket Guru, aka Phil...