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  • Honda Odyssey minivan deemed safest in its class

    Honda Odyssey minivan deemed safest in its class
    A built-in vacuum cleaner is an option. But class-leading safety comes standard. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety announced Thursday that the 2014 Honda Odyssey minivan was the first vehicle in its segment to be named a Top Safety Pick Plus. ...
  • Amazon to deliver set-top box in time for Christmas?

    Amazon to deliver set-top box in time for Christmas?
    Retail giant Amazon is said to be preparing to unveil a video-streaming device just in time for the holidays. The new set-top box would position Amazon to compete with other Internet-connect TV devices in the market, including those sold by Roku and...
  • First look at Twitter's IPO filing #twitteripo

    First look at Twitter's IPO filing #twitteripo
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Twitter made public its stealth filing for its hotly anticipated initial public stock offering Thursday. The San Francisco company hopes to raise $1 billion when it begins selling shares to the public, according to the filing with the...
  • Documentary 'I Know That Voice' targets unique distribution model

    Documentary 'I Know That Voice' targets unique distribution model
    The world of voice-over artists is having an indie film moment. Following on the heels of Lake Bell's recently released narrative film "In a World...," which centers on the competitive business of movie trailer voice-over work, comes the documentary...
  • Review: 'One Direction: This Is Us' feels anonymous

    Review: 'One Direction: This Is Us' feels anonymous
    The musical group known as One Direction inspires feelings, intense feelings. Just in the last week alone, the band has been applauded and booed, honored, put down and defended. All of which seems about right for a group that has ridden to fame as a...
  • This fall, an indigo boom in denim

    This fall, an indigo boom in denim
    D-ID (Denim Identity) Quilting from a leather menswear jacket inspired the distinctive diamond stitching that is the signature of D-ID, or Denim Identity, the new line designer Jimmy Taverniti debuted last month. "The whole print trend is slowing...
  • With Nokia, Microsoft imitates Apple and Google, but challenges remain

    With Nokia, Microsoft imitates Apple and Google, but challenges remain
    If there's one clear message Microsoft has sent out with its purchase of Nokia's device business, it's this: We can do anything Apple and Google can. By purchasing Nokia, Microsoft is stepping squarely into the hardware side of the smartphone market,...
  • CBS fight with Time Warner Cable shows dinosaurs are still scary

    CBS fight with Time Warner Cable shows dinosaurs are still scary
    Broadcast networks are sometimes viewed as dinosaurs trying to dodge a shower of meteors that take the form of sleek cable channels like HBO and AMC and digital platforms such as Netflix and Amazon. But CBS proved that a Tyrannosaurus rex is still...
  • Madison Square Garden invests $125 million in Irving Azoff firm

    Madison Square Garden invests $125 million in Irving Azoff firm
    Veteran music biz mogul Irving Azoff, the outspoken manager of the Eagles and former chairman of Live Nation Entertainment, today unveiled a new venture with another of the concert industry’s heavy hitters in the Madison Square Garden Co. The...
  • Fall Fun on Fremont

    Fall Fun on Fremont
    Has there ever been an international bestseller in more dire need of a good spanking? This fall, a hilarious parody at the Golden Nugget puts “Fifty Shades of Grey” in its place with “Spank! The Musical” — the sendup it was...
  • Review: 'TV Man' stumbles on the road to repair a vintage television

    Review: 'TV Man' stumbles on the road to repair a vintage television
    In "TV Man: The Search for the Last Independent Dealer," director Steve Kosareff digs his old 12-inch black-and-white Zenith Jetlite out of his closet, dusts it off and turns it on. Nothing happens. He's clearly attached to the set — he sold...