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Special to the Chicago TribuneFrom radio-frequency-controlled door locks to Nintendo Wii, hotel rooms are getting techier. Plain vanilla rooms are going the way of the Ma and Pa motels strung along long-forgotten byways. Showing up in hotels and other lodging establishments are Wi-...
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CHINESE FACTORIES HAVE BECOME the dominant supplier of DVD players, thanks largely to their ability to churn out products at a very low cost. Today, players that used to cost $300 or more can be had for less than the price of a boxed set of a season of...
Apple's new competitors react to iPhone's arrival Apple Inc.'s decision to enter the mobile phone business was announced hundreds of miles from here--in San Francisco--but the news certainly reverberated in the Nevada desert, where the International...
KickingTiresAfter more than 2,500 miles, the votes are in and tabulated. My wife and I, along with our three kids, have finished our 15 days on the road, going from Chicago to Rochester, N.Y., then Gettysburg, Pa.; Washington, D.C.; Burlington,......
Chris Mason-Hale vividly remembers the football play that changed his life. The scene rolls through his mind with the same detail as the action movies he watches on his portable DVD player at Kernan Hospital. A senior linebacker for Western Tech in...
Tags: Chris Mason, Neck, Health, PlayStation Portable, Family
To put it delicately, under-$1,000 speaker systems are cow chips on the home-theater prairie. Always watch your step when shopping for one of these budget setups. There are too many speakers - two front channels, two rear, a center and a subwoofer -...
of the Sentinel StaffThe Hollywood version of the silver screen enjoyed a long, glorious history before the engineers at Panasonic devised a pocket-sized movie theater. The Panasonic DVD-LV55 is the 21st century version of a Palm Theater. The portable DVD player, which...
Tags: Television, Entertainment, DVDs, DVDs and Movies, Movies
Times Staff WriterBAGHDAD — Before Staff Sgt. Carlys Peters flew home from his first war more than 30 years ago, the Army gave him some advice: Don't wear your uniform in public. "Coming back from Vietnam, people considered us drug addicts, alcoholics, rapists,...
Tribune staff reporterDoug Herzog, president of Comedy Central and Spike TV, didn't have his epiphany about the future of television at work. He experienced it on a recent vacation. Herzog knows the explosive growth of DVR (digital video recorder) technology, which allows...
Times Staff WriterIt was impossible to secure even a towel-sized plot of sand on Catalina the first time I visited on a Labor Day weekend some years back. Avalon's visitors were shoulder-to-sunburned-shoulder on the beach. The main drag was a golf-cart traffic jam. It was...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersFor three holiday seasons, record executives say, Internet piracy has been the Grinch of the music business, undercutting album sales and labels' year-end profits. So how did the labels open the biggest music-buying period of the year? By shipping an...
Tags: EMI Group Ltd., Santa Clara, Music Industry, Sony Corp., Eminem
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