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  • Head of L.A. schools' technology division resigns

    Head of L.A. schools' technology division resigns
    The head of technology for the Los Angeles Unified School District has resigned, the latest fallout from two troubled technology efforts: the iPads-for-all project and a new student records system. Ron Chandler, the chief information officer, headed...
  • Microsoft makes more Office features free on iPads

    Microsoft makes more Office features free on iPads
    Microsoft Corp on Thursday said users of its Office suite of applications on Apple Inc's iPad would be able to create and edit documents for free instead of paying for a subscription, in a bid to capture more mobile users. The move is the latest, and one...
  • Microsoft offers Office free for Apple, Android mobile devices

    SEATTLE Microsoft says it will offer its Office franchise free to some mobile customers, its latest effort to keep customers using its products in a less PC-dependent world. Microsoft broke with longstanding tradition in March, announcing it would make...
  • iPad users can get Microsoft Office for free

    iPad users can get Microsoft Office for free
    Users of Microsoft Office on iPads would be able to create and edit documents for free instead of paying for a subscription, in a bid to capture more mobile users, Microsoft said Thursday. The move is the latest, and one of the most dramatic, in...
  • Second man charged in Orange Line robbery from last summer

    Second man charged in Orange Line robbery from last summer
    A second man has been charged in the July Orange Line robbery where two men allegedly held up a Loop-bound train car and robbed several people between the Halsted and Roosevelt CTA stations. Police said the duo told passengers they were about to be...
  • CNN analysts deal another blow to Microsoft's Surface

    CNN analysts deal another blow to Microsoft's Surface
    Microsoft’s Surface tablets can’t seem to catch a break. First came the NFL blunders, when Fox commentators, ESPN announcers and local television stations confused the Surface devices for Apple's iPads. Now, it seems, some CNN commentators...
  • Retailers use smartphone technology to upgrade shopping

    Chris Mason thinks of Brookstone stores as the retail version of canaries in the coal mine harbingers of change in the air. And this year, the chain is all over the smartphone as a weight-bearing pillar of American life. A Brookstone store in a...
  • 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...
  • 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...