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Apple , typically thoughtful and cautious, finally spoke up on Monday, addressing the PRISM NSA program that was outed about a week and a half ago by Edward Snowden. Comment?
Samsung 's head of its mobile business, J.K. Shin, announced on Monday that a new version of its Galaxy S4 flagship phone, with data speeds as much as double its current fastest speed, will be sold in South Korea as early as this month. Comment?
For anyone seeking to stop emotional eating, uplift a mood without food and use mind-over-body practices to lose weight, the Cupertino Public Library features a free session on "Hypnotize Yourself Slim" at 7:00 pm on Wed., June 19, 2013. Comment?
As the DOJ's e-book price-fixing case against Apple continues, the Cupertino, Calif.-based giants scored what seemed to be some major points on Wednesday. Comment?
Samsung Electronics is a well-known name in today's world because the company has become a force to be reckoned in the technology market. Comment?
With WWDC about a week away, Apple is working hard at completing the licensing it needs for its iRadio service. Comment?
Iron Man 3 blasted its way onto the screen with spectacular flair that only the genius, billionaire, philanthropist....Tony Stark/Iron Man can deliver. Comment?
AMF, the world's largest operator of bowling centers, plans to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy by combining with Bowlmor, a New York-based operator of upscale bowling centers. Comment?
A San Jose teacher has been arrested for illegal sexual acts with a minor, the San Jose Police Department reports. Comment?
Wondering if your iPhone 's technology is secure enough? If so, a report issued on Friday should make you feel better: The iPhone's security is such that law enforcement has to turn to Apple to decrypt the iOS -laden devices. Comment?
Rumors of Amazon.com expanding beyond tablets and into smartphones have been around since 2012, though news in that area has been quiet, of late. Comment?
The U.S. Department of Energy's Clean Cities initiative aims to help reduce gasoline consumption by 2.5 billion gallons by 2020 and it promotes usage of alternative renewable fuels. Comment?
A California 5th grader who simply thought he was being resourceful for taking a Swiss Army knife along on a school science camping trip was suspended and threatened with expulsion, The Daily Caller reported on April 26. Comment?
According to a Daily Caller report on Friday, Braden Bandermann of Cupertino, California - a fifth grade student at Garden Gate Elementary School - was suspended as well as threatened with expulsion from school because he brought a small-sized Swiss Army knife with him when he attended a camping trip with a science-study focus. Comment?
What do you think of when you hear the word "Diner?" If you're like most people images of great food, a cozy establishment and fresh brewed coffee pop in your head. Comment?
According to the Drug Enforcement Administration , "In the five previous Take-Back events, DEA in conjunction with our state, local, and tribal law enforcement partners have collected more than 2 million pounds of prescription medications." The next National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day will take place on Saturday, April 27, 2013, from 10:00 ... (more) Comment?
Chinese hackers are using Apple 's own technology against the Cupertino, Calif.-based company. Comment?
Greek mythology has been a part of history for millions of years. And this Thursday, the San Jose Museum of Art is bringing forth a small exhibition that commemorates its art, and how it had and still captivates audiences. Comment?
This early, two possible candidates for California Assembly seats started their fund raising activities in preparation for their separate runs for Assembly 2014. Comment?
The iPad 4 and iPad mini were introduced 163 days ago, as of Thursday. To this point, the full-sized device has averaged about 311 days between refreshes , but a series of retailer price cuts that took place on Wednesday may be signaling a new iPad coming soon. Comment?