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November 9, 2013 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
  Anna Schili Reddy was widowed when she was 44 years old, the mother of seven children. By then she could turn out a banana cream pie or a Jewish apple cake for weekend dinner desserts that her children still remember. So at 45, she became the baker for the Mary Ethel Costello School, the public elementary school in Gloucester City, until she was 65, making memories for the students, too. On Monday, Nov. 4, Mrs. Reddy, 94, died at her home in Gloucester City, the town where she was born.
BUSINESS
October 25, 2013 | By Jeff Gelles, Inquirer Columnist
What do you do if you have more than $145 billion in cash on hand - enough, say, to pay off Detroit's bankruptcy nearly eight times over? If you're Apple, you use some to update much of your product line in time for the holidays. You build on your lead in some areas, and answer competitors' advances in others. Oh, and you cut your laptop and desktop prices by a couple hundred bucks, and start giving away key software. Apple's pitch has always been that it charges more for premium products built around an integrated hardware-software ecosystem.
BUSINESS
October 11, 2013 | By Reid Kanaley, Inquirer Staff Writer
The partial federal government shutdown has shuttered some popular smartphone applications. Apps from NASA, the National Park Service, and the Census Bureau, for example, were barely functioning or not working at all this week. But to see what government is up to, there are alternatives. Find your member of Congress and see what he or she is doing, or not, to fix things with help from Pocket Congress , an iPhone app by Joseph Vadala. A good feature of this app is its display of the latest tweets by senators and representatives.
BUSINESS
September 13, 2013 | By Erin E. Arvedlund, Inquirer Columnist
Whether you are bullish or bearish on Apple (symbol: APPL), the maker of iPhones and iPads represents an enormous influence in the stock market. Here are some ways to find Apple in your portfolio - whether you are a buyer or a seller. Apple on Tuesday introduced two newly priced phones, an action investors didn't like. We'll see if consumers feel differently. Sellers pushed the stock down roughly 5 percent to $467. For bulls, this is a buying opportunity. For bears, here are some ways to weed out the technology giant from your portfolio.
BUSINESS
September 12, 2013 | By Jeff Gelles, Inquirer Columnist
A fingerprint sensor to provide the ultimate security. A dual-flash camera that reads color temperatures and adapts. A 64-bit processor that adds speed and power. It's easy to shrug off the latest advances from Apple, which largely seemed to confirm Silicon Valley rumors Tuesday when it unveiled two new iPhones, the 5S and the 5C, that will go on sale Sept. 20. Yes, it's true: The top-of-the-line iPhone 5S will boast built-in fingerprint authentication, to add a layer of security that would seem sci-fi spectacular if Disney didn't already use something similar at its theme parks.
NEWS
August 23, 2013
EATS BEAT * Sample from 17 burger interpretations at the Wilmington Burger Battle, presented by the Kenny Family Foundation to benefit the Ministry of Caring's Emmanuel Dining Room. The event takes place noon-4 p.m. Saturday at Twin Lakes Brewing Co., 4210 Kennett Pike, Greenville. $45 ($50 at the door) includes food, beer tastings, soft drinks and music. wilmingtonburgerbattle. brownpapertickets.com. * Culinary literacy is all the rage, and where better to school yourself than the Parkway Central Library?
BUSINESS
July 12, 2013 | By Larry Neumeister, Associated Press
NEW YORK - Apple Inc. broke antitrust laws and conspired with publishers to raise electronic book prices significantly in spring 2010, a federal judge ruled Wednesday, citing "compelling evidence" from the words of the late Steve Jobs. U.S. District Judge Denise Cote said Apple knew that no publisher could risk acting alone to try to eliminate Amazon.com's $9.99 price for the most popular e-books, so it "created a mechanism and environment that enabled them to act together in a matter of weeks to eliminate all retail price competition for their e-books.
BUSINESS
July 5, 2013 | By Reid Kanaley, Inquirer Staff Writer
Independence Day coincides this week with remembrances of the pivotal Civil War battle 150 years ago at Gettysburg. So, here are smartphone applications for studying that battlefield - in person or virtually - and for grilling up a revolutionary red, white, and blue barbecue. Gettysburg Battle App is one of several Neotreks apps for Android and Apple devices that commemorate Civil War conflicts. Others cover the Battles of Antietam and Fredericksburg, for example. The Gettysburg app holds a series of maps and narratives for taking walking tours that explain each day of the battle.
SPORTS
June 21, 2013
After putting up some eye-popping numbers with Taiwan's EDA Rhinos (.352 average 43 RBIs, 8 homers in 49 games), Manny Ramirez figures it's time for the big leagues. The Rhinos said they tried to keep Ramirez (promising to raise his monthly pay from $25,000 to almost $60,000, which is a lot of money in the Chinese Professional Baseball League) but the 41-year-old, 12-time all-star said he missed his family. He left Taiwan and was to arrive in New York on Friday. "This whole thing with Manny in Taiwan was a phenomenon.
NEWS
June 19, 2013 | By Tom Avril, Inquirer Staff Writer
For anyone with a smartphone or tablet, it is the most fundamental of gestures. A simple swipe or "pull" of the finger, and the screen is "refreshed" - revealing the presence of new e-mails, tweets, messages, whatever. The brainchild of some vast corporation? Nope. Meet Loren Brichter, a low-key 28-year-old who lives in Bella Vista. "Pull-to-refresh" was a feature of an app that he created in 2008, which allowed people to use Twitter with their iPhones. Twitter bought him out in 2010, and after working there for a year or two, he now has created another company.
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