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Money & CompanyHere is a roundup of alleged cons, frauds and schemes to watch out for. Computer virus warning -- The Federal Trade Commission has started mailing refunds to 300,000 consumers who were victims of a scam in which they were tricked......
TechnologyJust one day after Research In Motion shares received boost off news that Samsung Electronics might be interested in buying the struggling smartphone and tablet maker, Samsung came out on Wednesday and said the rumored deal isn't happening....
L.A. Times Tech BlogMore than 1 million people have downloaded the latest version of Apple's operating software, Mac OS X Lion, to their computers on the first day, the company said Thursday. At that rate, users are buying Lion faster than any other operating software...
When President Obama announced plans in April to spend $13 billion in federal stimulus funds on developing high-speed rail in America, he invoked the usual role models -- Japan, China and France -- as examples of fast-train culture. He also praised...
L.A. NOWReporting troublesome potholes or unsightly graffiti is an arduous process that has long involved having to remember the intersection of the problem before eventually (or never) finding time to detail the annoyance in a letter to a council member --......
Top of the TicketThe Air Force could be affected by a new program from Sony that renders the Playstation 3 unable to install Linux....
L.A. Times Tech BlogGoogle Inc. wants to bring the Internet to your television screen. The Internet giant unveiled a new platform called Google TV that it says "will change the future of television" during the company's developer conference Thursday in San Francisco....
L.A. Times Tech BlogIf digital cable and Verizon's FiOS are version 2.0 of pay TV, then Sezmi is version 2.5. It's a step in the right direction, but still a work in progress. Sezmi is a hybrid of over-the-air, cable and online television services, combining more than 50...
L.A. Times Tech BlogIn 1990, Bill Gates introduced Microsoft Windows when software came in a box and you had to run to the store to get it. Credit: Marty Lederhandler/Associated Press. Digital delivery is the preferred method of getting software, with consumers reporting...
L.A. Times Tech BlogIFixit, the online electronics part reseller, relies mostly on the enthusiastic attention and dollars from fanatics of all things Apple. But the San Luis Obispo startup isn't exactly keen on some of the hardware giant's business philosophies. Apple has...
L.A. Times Tech BlogThe moniker chosen by the inter-industry Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem doesn't reveal much about its purpose -- to deliver movies and music to consumers through the Internet in a way that's resistant to piracy yet compatible with a wide...
L.A. Times Tech BlogCustomers can buy Apple's iPhone 4 or HTC's Droid Incredible for the same price, but the parts that make up the HTC smart phone cost about $18 less than the parts in its competitor, according to two reports from hardware analysis firm ISuppli. The Droid...
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