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  • X-Men 50th anniversary: 50 images from the Marvel mutants’ evolution

     
    A correction has been added to this post. See below for details. The X-Men’s 50th anniversary arrives in the inimitable […]...
  • Get ready for more clips of cats, babies: Facebook tests video tool

    Get ready for more clips of cats, babies: Facebook tests video tool
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Coming soon to Facebook: A new feature to upload and watch video clips. Facebook is testing a new tool that will automatically play video clips without sound in the News Feed. A user will have to tap or click on the video to make it...
  • Prices of latest iPhones putting off smartphone shoppers in China

    Prices of latest iPhones putting off smartphone shoppers in China
    BEIJING — If Nicole Zhou reflects how the Chinese feel about Apple Inc.'s latest iPhones, the technology giant may have a huge struggle on its hands winning consumers over in the world's biggest smartphone market. One day after the Cupertino,...
  • Twitter drawing on lessons learned from Facebook IPO

    Twitter drawing on lessons learned from Facebook IPO
    SAN FRANCISCO — Call it the anti-Facebook IPO. It may be the most hotly anticipated initial public stock offering since Facebook Inc. But Twitter Inc. is doing all it can to distance itself from the Facebook fiasco, which has become a case study...
  • To Playboy magazine, sophistication is the new sexy

    To Playboy magazine, sophistication is the new sexy
    The job came with certain unassailable perks. When Raquel Pomplun was anointed Playboy's 2013 Playmate of the Year, the 25-year-old model knew she could expect a Playboy Mansion luncheon hosted by Hugh Hefner, a tomato-red 2014 Jaguar convertible and...
  • Farmers using falcons to scare off crop-eating birds

    Farmers using falcons to scare off crop-eating birds
    To keep pesky birds away from his blueberries, veteran farmer Mark Flamm has blared recordings of avian distress calls, shot noisy "bird bangers" from a pistol and ordered an employee to shake a gravel-filled bottle at the sky. He even went old-school...
  • Teen apparel retailers suffer as consumers get stingier

    Teen apparel retailers suffer as consumers get stingier
    Teen apparel brands have been losing their shirts, and it's not a fashion choice. Against a backdrop of prolonged consumer stinginess, reinforced Friday by reports of a scant monthly increase in August retail sales, an anemic back-to-school...
  • California new car dealers claim Tesla violates advertising laws

    California new car dealers claim Tesla violates advertising laws
    The trade group for California’s new car dealers wants the state Department of Motor Vehicles to investigate Tesla Motors’ advertising practices, alleging that the upstart automaker is violating various state and federal laws in marketing...
  • Teen advocacy groups ask FTC to block Facebook privacy changes

    Teen advocacy groups ask FTC to block Facebook privacy changes
    SAN FRANCISCO -- A coalition of more than 20 public health, youth and consumer groups that advocate for the health and welfare of teens are raising concerns about the potential negative effects of proposed changes to Facebook's privacy policy and are...
  • Paisleys sell Pacific Palisades home

    Paisleys sell Pacific Palisades home
    Country musician Brad Paisley and his wife, "Nashville" actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley, have sold a home in Pacific Palisades for $2.5 million. The restored house, with more 1920s character than country vibe, features a two-story living room with a...
  • Michelle Obama's nutrition campaign comes with political pitfalls

    Michelle Obama's nutrition campaign comes with political pitfalls
    WASHINGTON — Shortly after she launched her signature anti-obesity initiative more than three years ago, Michelle Obama signaled she would take on a contentious issue: advertising for snacks, soft drinks, sugary cereals and fast food aimed at...