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  • Apple conspired to set e-book prices, judge finds

    Apple conspired to set e-book prices, judge finds
    A federal judge ruled Wednesday that Apple conspired with publishers to set the prices of e-books. Apple, the judge found, “played a central role in facilitating and executing that conspiracy” and will pay damages to be set at a future trial....
  • Yosemite plan delayed amid clamor over curbing tourist amenities

    Yosemite plan delayed amid clamor over curbing tourist amenities
    WASHINGTON -- The National Park Service said it needs five more months to finish a plan to "protect and enhance" the Merced River, which runs for 81 miles inside Yosemite National Park The park service is facing criticism for proposing to eliminate some...
  • Google Maps update for Android adds traffic reroutes, discovery

    Google Maps update for Android adds traffic reroutes, discovery
    Google Maps is making it easier to use the app to bypass traffic jams on the fly and to find highly rated places. An update Wednesday for the Android version of Google Maps app adds a new discovery feature and the ability to reroute navigation...
  • Apple I sells for $387,750 in latest high-bid product auction

    An Apple I computer from 1976 fetched $387,750, joining a long list of Apple products that have been auctioned in recent years for hefty prices. After the late Steve Jobs revived Apple and took it to the top of the tech world during the 2000s, the...
  • Federal judge rules against Apple in e-books case [Live discussion]

    Federal judge rules against Apple in e-books case [Live discussion]
    A federal judge ruled Wednesday that Apple Inc. led a conspiracy to raise the price of e-books. U.S. District Judge Denise Cote ruled against the Cupertino-based tech company after a trial in which the Department of Justice accused Apple of pressuring...
  • Serial rapist unlikely to re-offend upon release from prison, lawyer says

    Serial rapist unlikely to re-offend upon release from prison, lawyer says
    A convicted serial rapist who has been ordered released under strict supervision in Los Angeles County embraced intensive treatment for years while locked in a state mental hospital and is not a public safety risk, his attorney said Wednesday....
  • Brown asks U.S. Supreme Court justice for stay on prisoner releases

    Brown asks U.S. Supreme Court justice for stay on prisoner releases
    Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday asked a justice on the U.S. Supreme Court to excuse California from orders by a three-judge panel to reduce prison crowding by releasing 9,600 inmates. The state argued that it needs time to appeal federal crowding orders...
  • Tech Takeaway: Apple e-books ruling, T-Mobile introduces 'Jump'

    Tech Takeaway: Apple e-books ruling, T-Mobile introduces 'Jump'
    It was a full day of tech news Wednesday, with a federal judge ruling that Apple conspired to raise the price of e-books and T-Mobile introducing a new plan that makes it possible for customers to change their smartphones more often. Federal judge rules...
  • Ft. Hood shooting defendant questions potential jurors about Islam

    Ft. Hood shooting defendant questions potential jurors about Islam
    An Army psychiatrist charged with the 2009 shooting rampage at Ft. Hood, Texas, that left 13 dead and 32 injured questioned potential jurors about Islam on Wednesday.  Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, 42, an American-born Muslim, is acting as his own attorney,...
  • For the record

    Weather page: In the July 8 LATExtra section, the weather page published was for the July 1 edition and contained data and records for June 30. Wisconsin abortion law: A brief article in the July 9 LATExtra section about a judge's temporary halt of a...
  • Zimmerman case judge: Jury can consider manslaughter charge

    Zimmerman case judge: Jury can consider manslaughter charge
    SANFORD, Fla.--Jurors in the George Zimmerman case will be allowed to consider the lesser charge of manslaughter when they begin their deliberations on whether the neighborhood watch volunteer murdered Trayvon Martin or shot the unarmed teenager in self-...