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L.A. Times Tech BlogThe California Energy Commission unanimously approved a regulation today capping the power consumption of televisions sold in California starting in 2011. Although the Consumer Electronics Assn., which represents the world's largest TV makers, was...
L.A. Times Tech BlogOskar van Deventer, an electrical engineer living in Leidschendam in the Netherlands, has had ideas floating around in his head for toy-puzzle designs since he was 12 years old. But until he started using a little-known technology called 3-D printing...
Brand XHome computer printers gave people the ability to produce bank statements, concert tickets and holiday cards at the touch of a button. But what if you wanted to âprint outâ a dinner plate, the leg of an armchair or an eyeglass frame? It may sound...
Special to The TimesLast week, interior designer Amanda Masters alighted, ever so briefly, on an Ultrasuede banquette built into the circular sunken living room in a 1990s Mt. Olympus McBachelor Pad. The clock was ticking relentlessly. Masters had just six more days and a...
The Eagle-Tribune, North Andover, Mass.A plan to attract restaurants, retail and other amenities to an active business, professional and industrial sector on the outskirts of Andover has cleared a major hurdle. Town Meeting wrapped up last night with a vote to create an "ID2" zoning district...
BOYLE Deeds filed recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom include: Ann M. McMillin, through Gary W. McMillin, Lisa G. and Mark E. Hobbs, and Gary W. McMillin to Mary and Henderson Goins Jr., property on Cloverdale Drive, $127,000....
Guthrie’s staff to visit Danville Congressman Brett Guthrie’s staff will gather at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Danville City Hall. Guthrie’s staff, along with Mayor Bernie Hunstad, will be available to answer questions from residents. The...
All of the layoffs and job cuts that are happening not only here in Western Washington, but, around the country many people are asking have we hit rock bottom with our failing economy. So far this year 125,000 people around the nation have lost...
Tribune staff reporterFrank Lloyd Wright is often credited with saying that "television is chewing gum for the eyes." If providers of the nascent interactive TV industry are right, consumers will have much more to chew on. During last week's cable industry convention at...
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