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KickingTiresPop quiz: What weighs 5 pounds, is twice as long as the King James Bible and can be yours for about $51,000? It is indeed a special book, but you won't find it at any rare bookstore: It's the owner's......
In the political drama "The Reluctant Fundamentalist," Changez (Riz Ahmed) transitions from a financial hotshot in 2001 New York to a man suspected of being a terrorist in 2011 Lahore, Pakistan. Kate Hudson plays Erica, an artist who offers Changez a...
At times, Andy Shih still finds himself overwhelmed by the groundswell of interest in autism apps he's seen in the three years since Apple Inc. released the first iPad. In his role as senior vice president for scientific affairs at Autism Speaks, a...
Just like at many theme-park attractions, you can't leave this column without a trip through the gift shop. Here is some of the new merchandise that Disney World will sell in the coming weeks alongside its stream of pins and Vinylmation figures. •I...
Intel on Thursday announced Brian Krzanich has been selected to be the company's sixth chief executive, taking the helm of one of Silicon Valley's most iconic companies at a time when the company is struggling to gain traction in mobile computing....
Buick's 1986 Riviera changed dashboards forever. The car used a monochrome CRT touchscreen for adjusting the climate, audio, and onboard computer. GM used the same system on the 1988 Reatta and installed a colorized version on the Oldsmobile Toronado....
Welcome to the Chicago Tribune Photography app's latest issue, Feast of Photography. There’s a recipe for great food photography. It’s not a secret recipe, but pulling it off can be challenging. The main ingredients are dynamic composition,...
Tags: Apple iTunes, Recipes, Chicago Tribune, Photography, Arts
First came the frenzy for iPhones and iPads. Now there's a scramble for iBonds. Apple Inc. sold $17 billion in bonds Tuesday, a gargantuan deal that ranked as the largest in global corporate history. And even though the securities are paying...
Mother's Day is only a couple of days away but -- wouldn't you know it? -- you have no gift, no card and no time! If you're just now scrambling to put something together and trying to make it work, remember, Mom deserves better than that. After all, we...
The following items were taken from Des Plaines, Niles and Park Ridge police reports: Des Plaines •The school resource officer at Maine West High School reported a surveying transit was stolen from a barn near the school's football stadium within...
We're on the cutting edge of technology. This week the newspaper's editorial department will start carrying iPad mini computers. Gone are the days of going to a school board meeting or borough council meeting or a vehicle accident or a structure fire...
Tags: Computer Hardware, Media Industry
Ann Galezio wants an iPad. At first she didn't know why she just likes the way they look and everyone seems to have one. But the more she's been thinking about it Galezio envisions doing crossword puzzles while walking on the treadmill or...
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