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  • John McAfee cuts price of Hawaiian home

    John McAfee cuts price of Hawaiian home
    There may be just one man whose name flashes across your computer screen more than President Obama's and that's John McAfee's -- whose anti-virus software is probably protecting the very machine you are reading this on. McAfee just lowered the price on...
  • Matt Weinstock, Feb. 24, 1960

     
    Story of Stories The biggest story of the century, any century, would be the discovery that there is human life on another planet. While most of us can only contemplate such a thing, men at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, in West Virginia,...
  • Consumer Confidential: Funky Facebook, bad bank apps, scary jewelry

     
    Here's your wonderfully Wednesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --Facebook wants users to know they're safe online. The social-networking site has cut a deal with security-software heavyweight McAfee for the company to scan the computer of...
  • Google hackers exploited security hole in Microsoft's Internet Explorer

     
    Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt, second from left; former Google China executive Kai-Fu Lee, center; and Google executive Johnny Chou, right, in better times. Credit: Doug Kanter/Bloomberg News.Attackers targeting Google and other U.S. companies...
  • Why do the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia still have Web domains?

     
    Russian Communist Party supporters, carrying red flags and portraits, gather to pay their respects at the grave of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin on Moscow's Red Square. Credit: Mladen Antonov / AFP/Getty Imagest.The Soviet Union and Yugoslavia only exist...
  • McAfee lists the most dangerous Web domains

     
    McAfee is releasing a list today that shows which international Web domains are the most perilous. The anti-virus software developer analyzed more than 27 million country and generic Web domains for browser exploits, phishing, excessive pop-ups and...
  • 51 Held in Gambling Raids

     
    “Oh, Man” by Clare Briggs. Dec. 22, 1919: Detectives with the help of the “purity squad” raid several fan tan games and arrest 51 people. Notice the detectives’ names, especially that of McAfee, who is the infamous Guy McAfee. The Times...
  • American art gets a higher profile in U.S. museums

    American art gets a higher profile in U.S. museums
    Long the stepchild of a Eurocentric art world, American art is finding new favor at home as a growing number of institutions showcase work from Colonial times to World War II. Today, the Huntington in San Marino will join the Metropolitan Museum of Art...
  • Start-up Miwok Airways offers a way to beat traffic with short-hop air service

    Start-up Miwok Airways offers a way to beat traffic with short-hop air service
    With airlines cutting back on flights and losing money by the billions, it may not seem like the right time to be starting one. But a former dot-com entrepreneur believes some traffic-weary Southern Californians are ready for a new way to get around. A...
  • Chain-reaction crash kills 11

    Chain-reaction crash kills 11
    A man apparently intending to commit suicide parked his SUV in the path of a Metrolink commuter train Wednesday morning, then jumped out of the way in time to watch a chain-reaction wreck that killed at least 11 people and injured about 180. The crash,...