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Off topic: Presidential libations, texting in movies, about time, sex and sadness

Four More Beers, a look at U.S. presidents' drinks of choice. 4 U wannabe moviemakers, how 2 text in films. (video, from the interesting Every Frame a Painting) It's time for a Read More →

iPad mini gets little love from Apple

It's now clear why Apple spent so little time talking at its press event Wednesday about the iPad mini: the company gave it only the slightest of updates. 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 →

What to expect when you’re expecting Google earnings

Google is set to announce third-quarter earnings this afternoon, and the keywords are ads and spending. Analysts polled by FactSet estimate earnings of $6.54 a share on $16.6 billion in revenue, increases of 22 percent and 11.4 percent year over year. Last Read More →

Where’s the Model X? Morgan Stanley’s Adam Jonas says it may be delayed, but doesn’t matter

Celebrity Tesla analyst Adam Jonas of Morgan Stanley thinks the electric auto maker's Model X, which is expected to begin deliveries to customers in the second quarter of next year, might be slightly delayed into the third quarter of Read More →

On topic: Tech news to know now

Once again, we've got your tech news links right here. Is Google testing technology for an ultrafast wireless service? Facebook unveils "Safety Check," a tool that lets users notify friends and family that they are safe during or Read More →

Quoted: on teens and sexting

"If she was a teenager with a phone, she was on there." — Major Donald Lowe, with the Louisa County Sheriff's Office, on Instagram accounts featuring photos of area girls who were only partially clothed, naked or having sex. Read More →

Hack attacks increasingly costly, HP study finds

Cyber crooks are cutting increasingly into the bottom lines of businesses, according to a new study by Hewlett-Packard. The average cost of a cyber attack on U.S. firms so far this year was $12.7 million, a 96 percent increase since Read More →

Off topic: Sandwich tips, wasted food, mapping fall foliage, books and music

"With just a few, simple engineering tweaks," you can save a sandwich from being sloppy. Thirty percent, or $162 billion a year: the amount of food wasted in the United States. As the leaves turn: a Read More →

What to watch: Netflix earnings

As it reports the ever-so-closely watched subscriber numbers during its third-quarter earnings release this afternoon, have Netflix's moves, such as continued investment in original programming, plus expansion in Europe, begun to pay off? As we've written, Netflix is making big bets Read More →
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