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Sean Parker’s novel restitution – a statewide beach access mobile app

Sean Parker, investor and Napster co-founder, is working on a California public access mobile app as part of his settlement last year with the state Coastal Commission over his wedding at Big Sur. The app, which isn't yet complete, would help Read More →

iPad mini gets little love from Apple

At its press event today announcing new iPads and Mac computers, Apple executives gave scant attention to the iPad mini. While spending a good deal of time talking about the new iPad Air 2 and the new iMac with a high-resolution Retina Read More →

Gaming trade group says “gamergate” must stop

It's unlikely that the campaign/cultural movement called Gamergate will quiet down now that the chief video game company trade group has said it has to stop. What Gamergate is has been subject to much debate. My take — Gamergate is an unfocused Read More →

Over 109? You’ll have to shave off a few years to join Facebook

It's a common practice on Facebook for users to list their ages as 99. That's even true for kids under 13, who aren't even allowed on the social network. But if you are over 109, you may hit a snag. Facebook's Read More →

Netflix raises prices on 4K videos

You may have paid a premium to get a new 4K television set; now Netflix thinks you should pay extra to watch 4K videos. The streaming media giant is now requiring new customers who want access to its library of ultra-high definition television shows Read More →

Facebook taking a step toward anonymity (well, with an app)

Facebook is working on a stand-alone mobile app that people can use with a pseudonym, the New York Times reports. The app, which will likely be for conversations among a small number of people, is expected to be released Read More →
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