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RedEyeAn office manager from the University of Illinois at Chicago was charged with two counts of theft Friday after admitting to stealing an iPad and a $300 gift card to Jewel-Osco from the UIC mailroom, state prosecutors said. According to the police report,...
Autoblog.comFiled under: Technology, Infotainment In a move that will likely forever change the relationship between handheld wireless devices and automotive infotainment systems, reports say that Apple is working closely with multiple automakers to integrate its iOS...
Tribune reporterA Chicago man was arrested Saturday and charged with identity theft after he allegedly used a cop's bank account to buy an iPad at a Southwest Side store. Brandon Barker, 31, was released of his own recognizance Sunday at Cook County bond court....
Tags: Ford City, Prosecution
South Bend TribuneLori McCune had finished her breakfast and was peeling potatoes for Thanksgiving dinner when her husband, Rick, walked into the kitchen to help. This was a ritual for the two of them, to see who could peel the most potatoes the quickest. But Rick was...
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....
Tags: Entertainment, Cadillac, Oldsmobile, Radio, Satellite Technology
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,...
The Lower Macungie Library staff will demonstrate how to search and check out an eBook from the library's collection of digital materials, according to the Lower Macungie Library website. eBook workshops will be held on two Tuesdays: May 11 and May 21....
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...
At most events it's easy to see which person is there covering it for the newspaper: They're the ones with the pads and pencils. For decades our reporters have always had news reporter notepads and cameras. With the evolution of our industry, however,...
Tags: Newspaper and Magazine, Authors
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: Media Industry, Computer Hardware
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...
A new app from Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar helps guests navigate the restaurant's wine list using an iPad. Offered at each of its 65 locations nationwide, including two in Central Florida, the Fleming's WiNEPAD provides label-specific tasting...
May 3, 2013 |Story| RedEye
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May 12, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
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May 3, 2013 |Story| Allentown Morning Call
May 10, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
May 2, 2013 |Column| Daily American
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May 10, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2013 |Story| Orlando Sentinel
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