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  • Studios and exhibitors unveil digital cinema network

    Studios and exhibitors unveil digital cinema network
    Hollywood's long-awaited digital makeover took another big step forward at the multiplex on Wednesday. A coalition of studios and theaters chains announced the launch of a digital and satellite delivery system to beam movies, as well promotional content...
  • Mars One is one step closer to its dream of colonizing Mars

    Mars One is one step closer to its dream of colonizing Mars
    Mars One is a plucky not-for-profit organization that wants to turn the colonization of Mars into a worldwide reality TV show -- and it appears to be making headway. On Tuesday, Mars One announced it had contracted Lockheed Martin to develop a mission...
  • Former Los Angeles Times COO Kathy Thomson joins Sirius XM

    Former Los Angeles Times COO Kathy Thomson joins Sirius XM
    Kathy Thomson, the former president and chief operating officer of the Los Angeles Times, has become chief marketing officer and executive vice president at the satellite radio company Sirius XM Holdings Inc. Thomson will report directly to SiriusXM's...
  • Mysterious space plane spent a year orbiting Earth on secret mission

    Mysterious space plane spent a year orbiting Earth on secret mission
    A year after the Air Force blasted it into orbit, an experimental space drone continues to circle the Earth. Its mission and hush-hush payload, however, remain a mystery. The X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle, which looks like a miniature unmanned version of...
  • Developers see Pasadena as an inland version of Silicon Beach

    Developers see Pasadena as an inland version of Silicon Beach
    Historic Old Pasadena, a restored section of the city's downtown bustling with shops and restaurants, is getting more high-tech. Three older buildings at a busy intersection on Raymond Avenue will be transformed into a hub for budding technology firms...
  • NASA selects SpaceX to take over historic launchpad

    NASA selects SpaceX to take over historic launchpad
    Hawthorne rocket maker SpaceX is a step closer to taking over NASA’s most historic launchpad, where the mighty Saturn V rocket made its moonshot and where the first space shuttle rumbled to life. The space agency confirmed Friday that it has...
  • iPad software licenses expire in three years, L.A. Unified says

    iPad software licenses expire in three years, L.A. Unified says
    Contradicting earlier claims, Los Angeles school district officials said Tuesday that their right to use English and math curriculum installed on district iPads expires after three years. At market rates, buying a new license for the curriculum would...
  • First Look: BMW K 1600 GTL Exclusive

    First Look: BMW K 1600 GTL Exclusive
    Adding four-star luxury to two-wheel motoring, BMW has published photographs and specifications for its updated K 1600 GTL Exclusive. And what luxury! Like its predecessors, the 2014 model offers abundant pulling power, from an inline six-cylinder...
  • L.A. Auto Show: Q&A with collector-car auctioneer Craig Jackson

    L.A. Auto Show: Q&A with collector-car auctioneer Craig Jackson
    For more than 40 years, Barrett-Jackson Auction Co. has been one of largest collector-car auction houses in the world. Hundreds of the most sought-after, high-dollar automobiles cross their block in Scottsdale, Ariz.; Palm Beach, Fla.; Reno-Tahoe, Nev....
  • What John F. Kennedy was -- and wasn't

     What John F. Kennedy was -- and wasn't
    Twenty-five years ago, I asked Charles Bartlett, a syndicated columnist, to tell me about his old and close friend, John F. Kennedy. Bartlett's answer: "No one ever knew John Kennedy, not all of him." Now, 50 years after Kennedy's assassination, that...
  • Letters: The L.A. Unified iPad case

    Letters: The L.A. Unified iPad case
    Re "Hidden costs in iPad program," Nov. 20 The Los Angeles Unified School District's effort to give an Apple iPad to each student is a noble idea gone horribly wrong in its implementation. The latest snafu is the revelation that the educational software...