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  • Dorian Nakamoto's denial blows up Newsweek's bitcoin 'scoop'

    Dorian Nakamoto's denial blows up Newsweek's bitcoin 'scoop'
    It's still possible, very marginally, that Newsweek is correct in fingering Dorian S. Nakamoto as the mysterious inventor of bitcoin. But it's hard to imagine a more thorough and detailed denial than the one the 64-year-old Temple City man issued late...
  • Advances in electronic warfare fly under the public's radar

    Advances in electronic warfare fly under the public's radar
    As the Pentagon moves beyond the relatively low-tech wars in the Middle East and turns its attention to future national security challenges, it has doubled down on sophisticated new radar-jamming devices that aim to render adversaries' air defenses...
  • End of an era: Google no longer underlining hyperlinks in search

    End of an era: Google no longer underlining hyperlinks in search
    Google introduced a change to its search engine this week that removes one of the design elements it still carried from the '90s: underlined hyperlinks. To give Google Search a cleaner look, the Mountain View, Calif., tech giant has increased the font...
  • For Samsung, Ellen DeGeneres' Oscars selfie is a triumph

    For Samsung, Ellen DeGeneres' Oscars selfie is a triumph
    SAN FRANCISCO — Samsung Electronics Co. struck social media gold when Oscars host Ellen DeGeneres used one of its smartphones to take what has now become the world's most famous selfie. DeGeneres never mentioned Samsung, a major Academy Awards...
  • The iPhone bug: Is Apple getting too rich and too lazy?

    The iPhone bug: Is Apple getting too rich and too lazy?
    The security flaw in Apple products discovered late last week, and so far only partially patched, has shocked software experts the world over -- not because it's so serious, but because it's so simple.  The flaw could allow attackers access to most up-...
  • Ready or not, the new Google Maps now rolling out to all users

    Ready or not, the new Google Maps now rolling out to all users
    Nearly a year ago Google launched a new version of Google Maps that eager users could voluntarily try. That version has now begun rolling out to all users. The Mountain View tech giant this week announced that over the coming weeks the "new Google Maps"...
  • CBS may have Comcast headache. Seth Meyers gets ready.

    CBS may have Comcast headache. Seth Meyers gets ready.
    After the coffee. Before creating my own $20-billion app. The Skinny: My cat likes Popsicles. Just thought I'd share that with you all today. I'm still plowing through "House of Cards," which is definitely a little slower this season. I should be...
  • Three former NSA workers accused of aiding Snowden

    Three former NSA workers accused of aiding Snowden
    WASHINGTON — Three people at the National Security Agency have been implicated in Edward Snowden's efforts to copy classified material, including a civilian employee who resigned last month after acknowledging he allowed Snowden to use his...
  • Wine review: 2005 LAN Rioja Gran Reserva

    Wine review: 2005 LAN Rioja Gran Reserva
    Hard to believe, but the 2005 is the latest release of the LAN Gran Reserva. Rioja works on a different time scale than the rest of the wine world, releasing its reds only when they're ready to drink. The 2005, mostly Tempranillo with just 10% each...
  • Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal may heighten calls for net neutrality

    Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal may heighten calls for net neutrality
    Comcast Corp.'s $45.2-billion bid to acquire Time Warner Cable would expand the reach of the nation's largest residential Internet provider into one-third of America's broadband households. The digital land-grab is likely to serve as a rallying cry...
  • Facebook page promotes campus repairs over iPads in L.A. schools

    Facebook page promotes campus repairs over iPads in L.A. schools
    Critics of a $1-billion school computer project in Los Angeles have launched an increasingly popular Facebook page asserting that the money should be spent instead on campus repairs. The page, called “Repairs Not IPads,” was started...