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  • Amazon's 'Alpha House' and 'Betas' to premiere this month

    Amazon's 'Alpha House' and 'Betas' to premiere this month
    Amazon announced Monday that it has set the premiere dates for its first two original series. "Alpha House" will begin streaming on Nov. 15, and "Betas" will follow a week later on Nov. 22. Amazon doesn't plan on hewing to the Netflix formula, however,...
  • Silk Road drug website returns -- and 'Dread Pirate Roberts' is back

    Silk Road drug website returns -- and 'Dread Pirate Roberts' is back
    Just over a month after the illicit drug-dealing website Silk Road was shut down and its alleged founder arrested, the site relaunched Wednesday morning. The new Silk Road promises better security and is offering much of the same fare as its predecessor...
  • Britain's top spies step from shadows to denounce Snowden leaks

    Britain's top spies step from shadows to denounce Snowden leaks
    LONDON – In an unprecedented public appearance, Britain’s three grayest men – the shadowy bosses of its spy services – asserted Thursday that their work upholds personal freedom rather than undermines it and that enemies such as Al...
  • Google, Mozilla are tweaking browsers for Web-based games

     Google, Mozilla are tweaking browsers for Web-based games
    As electronic titans Microsoft Corp. and Sony Corp. spend billions of dollars redesigning the video game console, the next leap forward in digital games may come from the unlikeliest of places. In what could transform the video game industry, Web...
  • Google to fix map image showing slain Bay Area boy

    Google says it will replace a Google Maps image after a Bay Area father said it shows the body of his teenage son, who was shot to death in 2009. Richmond resident Jose Barrera said he discovered the image, visible on Google Maps’ satellite view...
  • Next Generation Learning

    Next Generation Learning
     If  the latest hype is any indication, students and business professionals are abandoning their laptops and smart phones in droves for tablets. And with the iPad2, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab, the HTC Flyer and Blackberry Playbook, choosing can be mind-...
  • Three things we want from Instagram on its 3rd birthday

    Three things we want from Instagram on its 3rd birthday
    Instagram turned 3 years old over the weekend, but the young social network still has some growing up to do. The Facebook-owned app is one of the most popular social networks, and it shows. Recently, Instagram surpassed 150-million active monthly users,...
  • Washington Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis heard voices

    Washington Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis heard voices
    WASHINGTON — Six weeks ago, Aaron Alexis told people someone had threatened him at an airport in Virginia. A few days later, in Rhode Island, he heard voices. He thought people were speaking to him through "the walls, floor and ceiling" of the...
  • MPAA hires two new executives to head its technology efforts

    MPAA hires two new executives to head its technology efforts
    The Motion Picture Assn. of America Inc., the trade group representing the major studios, has hired two new executives to head up its technology efforts. John McCoskey, a former chief technology officer at PBS,  joins the MPAA as executive vice...
  • 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...
  • Follow pope online, get to heaven sooner -- Facebook likes don't count

    Follow pope online, get to heaven sooner -- Facebook likes don't count
    In an effort to lure the shrinking flock of young Roman Catholics to a more wired religious world, a Vatican court has ruled that following Pope Francis online and on Twitter can earn believers time off from their sentence to purgatory for confessed and...