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Los Angeles Times Staff Writer"Arrested Development" costume designer Katie Sparks, whose efforts on the first two seasons of the Fox sitcom earned her a 2006 nomination from the Costume Designers Guild of America, was tapped by series creator Mitchell Hurwitz to work on the new...
Tags: David Cross, Givenchy, Nordstrom, Police Arrests, Alia Shawkat
Associated PressBOISE, Idaho (AP) — An Internet entrepreneur and former Wall Street derivatives analyst contends central Idaho's Sun Valley resort and the Twitter Inc. social media site heisted his handle. Leonard Barshack, who in the 1990s founded the Internet...
Tags: Twitter, Inc., Tribeca, Marketing, Michael Bloomberg, Lawyers
Tribune reporterChicago-area U.S. Cellular customers that sign up with Sprint and purchase new smartphones will receive at least $150 in credits, an offer that Sprint officials hope will ease the pain of switching carriers as U.S. Cellular exits the local market....
Orlando SentinelScary, isn’t it? You know -- the thought that you might miss out on some of the pre-release hoopla before Disney brings Pixar’s "Monsters University" to the big screen June 21. Well, turn those screams into laughter, kids, because Disney...
A man who said he learned to steal phones while in rehab has been arrested in connection with a rash of iPhone thefts in Delray Beach and Boca Raton, police say. Chip Buck, 25, who has no permanent address, sold the stolen phones for drug money to a man...
It's past midnight on Saturday and the Enabler is riding shotgun in a cherry red Honda Fit with a woman named Ruth Grayson. We're trolling the streets of Hollywood, looking for people to pick up. No, the Enabler is not desperate for a date, she is...
The Hartford CourantThere's an iPhone app for confession. Password protected, of course. You can't tell it your sins, receive forgiveness, and fulfill the Roman Catholic sacrament of penance, or reconciliation. But the Confession app — billed as "the perfect aid for...
Reuters(Anatole Kaletsky is a Reuters columnist but his opinions are his own.) By Anatole Kaletsky May 17 (Reuters) - The 3.5 percent gross domestic product growth announced by Tokyo on Wednesday suggests that Japan may be the fastest-growing economy in the...
A smartphone can contain a lot of information that its owner would rather keep private. But 39 percent of the more than 100 million American adult smartphone owners fail to take even minimal security measures, such as using a screen lock, backing up...
The Hartford CourantThe aerophobic Z2, the first speaker dock from Bowers & Wilkins that doesn't look like a dirigible and doesn't cost $600, would still be easy to pick out in a police lineup of compact, midpriced systems. Though it lacks the drama, and wingspan, of Bower...
Tags: Music, Entertainment, New Products, Apple iPod, NASCAR
ReutersMay 17 (TheWrap.com) - The bitch is back on the small screen. Well, the really small screen. The final unaired episodes of "Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23" are playing out online and on select mobile devices, ABC Entertainment announced on Friday....
Planning a trip to the beach? There's an app for that. Volusia County Beach Safety Ocean Rescue, formerly Beach Patrol, made the Volusia Beaches app to keep up with tech-savvy visitors — and spokeswoman Capt. Tammy Marris said it deserves a spot...
Tags: Google Play, Beaches, New Smyrna Beach
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