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Movie theaters launch subscription service to compete with Netflix


Movie theaters launch subscription service to compete with Netflix

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Kara Driscoll, Staff Writer


Move over, Netflix. A movie theater company is now launching a membership service that will allow consumers to enjoy movies for cheaper prices. Cinemark Holdings Inc. launched its Movie Club, a monthly movie membership program that gives members discounts on tickets and concession foods along with other benefits. Consumers can join for $8.99 per month…


Funds sought for $1.9M Cornerstone of Centerville park


Funds sought for $1.9M Cornerstone of Centerville park

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Kaitlin Schroeder, Staff Writer


The city of Centerville is seeking state funding on behalf of the Cornerstone of Centerville developers to help pay for a new $1.9 million park. The city is asking for $750,000 in state funding toward the project and is among dozens of local organizations asking the Dayton Development Coalition to advocate on its behalf for either state or federal…


The future for defense drones may be under the oceans


The future for defense drones may be under the oceans

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Mike Freeman, The San Diego Union-Tribune


SAN DIEGO — The next frontier for unmanned military drones may not be solely in the skies. It could be undersea. The U.S. Navy and defense contractors such as Boeing, Lockheed Martin and others are increasingly focusing on ocean drones as the next big market for unmanned technology. Lockheed Martin Ventures in September month invested an undisclosed…


Maker of $1,000 ‘smart’ teapot gives up


Maker of $1,000 ‘smart’ teapot gives up

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Ethan Baron, The Mercury News


Three years and $12 million were simply not enough time and money to teach the world about the benefits of owning a $1,000 teapot. That’s the word from Teforia, a Mountain View, Calif., startup that is moving to the graveyard of technological gadgetry. “The reality of our business is that it would take a lot more financing and time to educate…


Apple considers building new iPhones and iPads without Qualcomm chips


Apple considers building new iPhones and iPads without Qualcomm chips

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Seung Lee, The Mercury News


The acrimonious feud between Apple and Qualcomm may be blowing up into a full divorce, as the former is beginning to design its new iPhones and iPad models to no longer need Qualcomm chips. Apple is considering building next year’s iPhones and iPads with modems from Intel and possibly MediaTek, a Taiwanese semiconductor company, according to…



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