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L.A. Times Tech BlogSeagate is buying Samsung's hard-disk drive business in an agreement worth $1.4 billion in cash and stock. Samsung will get about 45.2 million shares, or a 9.6% stake worth about $687.5 million, in Seagate as a part of the deal, the two companies said...
Tribune staff reporterAs of Friday, analog television broadcasts are as dead as the 1960s program "My Mother the Car." We've gone digital, which is yet another sign that you can't fight progress, despite what movie mogul Darryl Zanuck said about TV in 1946: "People will soon...
There's nothing like taking fresh, homemade bread out of your oven to make you a hero. Turn out a pan of warm, yeast-raised rolls into a bread basket, cover with a pretty cloth, and family or guests will sing hosanna. What they don't realize is how...
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Daily PressWhether you're in the market, or just dreaming of a big-screen, here's a guide on how to choose the right set and where to find the best prices. DON'T HEAD STRAIGHT FOR THE STORE Before you're bombarded by enthusiastic salesmen and walls filled with...
With cell phones capable of displaying images in 3-D set to be released early next year, one Burbank company is positioning itself to be a major player on the field. Burbank-based MasterImage is the patent holder of Cell Matrix, which allows 3-D...
Jett Travolta Son of actor and actress Jett Travolta, 16, the son of actor John Travolta and his wife, actress Kelly Preston, died in the Bahamas after falling ill and hitting his head at his family's vacation home, police said Friday. A house...
Tags: Health, IBM, Gaming, Entertainment, Death
Chicago Tribune ReporterGeneral Motors Corp. will introduce a more powerful version of its "mild" hybrid system in 2010 with lithium-ion batteries and offer it globally. GM's new system, announced last week at the Geneva Motor Show, is based on the one offered in the...
For much of the past decade, the annual International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas has been dominated by the industry's efforts to put cram pixels onto ever-larger TV screens. The initial "high definition" sets, which made their debut in 1998,...
Tribune Media ServicesA year ago I was excited about Tangier in Morocco and wrote in my blog, "It's no longer the Tijuana of Africa." I didn't realize my comments would understandably touch a nerve with people who like Tijuana. So recently I went to Tijuana, a Mexican town...
Will that be cash or charge? Debit or credit? Bill Me Later, Billeo or PayPal? Consumers have more choices than ever in how they pay for goods and services, and it is clear the days of paying with paper - cash or check - alone are long gone. Payment...
Times Staff WriterPictures of products danced in his head. There was an Apple iPod, then a black Aeron chair. A coffeepot by Capresso and a washing machine by Dyson. Christian Dior followed by Versace, Oakley, Honda, Evian and Louis Vuitton. Each icon of commercial...
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