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May 5, 1996
GB Foods Corp., operator and franchiser of Green Burrito fast-food restaurants, narrowed its losses in the first quarter while revenue dropped 20%. The company lost $242,087, or 4 cents a share, compared with a net loss of $1.1 million, or 20 cents a share, for the same period in 1995. The year-earlier figure included a charge of $716,393 from litigation settlements and related costs. Revenue was down 20% to $1.2 million from $1.5 million.
November 15, 1990 | LAURA MICHAELIS, Laura Michaelis is a free-lance writer who contributes to The Times Orange County Edition
The story goes that George Bernard Shaw was introduced by his mistress as "the world famous vegetarian." "And playwright," Shaw grumbled to the crowded room. The anecdote is the opening of "Dear Liar," a play by Jerome Kilty based on the correspondence of Shaw and Mrs. Patrick (Stella) Campbell, the British actress who was his lover of more than three decades. With two recent major stagings of Shaw plays in Orange County, B.J.
January 30, 2011 | By David L. Ulin, Los Angeles Times Book Critic
Vietnamerica A Family's Journey GB Tran Villard: 179 pp., $30 Where does memory end and myth begin? GB Tran's graphic novel "Vietnamerica: A Family's Journey" occupies the messy middle ground of that question. Born in 1976 in South Carolina, Tran was separated by time and geography from his family's Vietnamese roots His parents left Vietnam with their two older children three days before the fall of Saigon in 1975: Their American-born son is literally a man between cultures, with no experience of what his parents and siblings left behind.
July 30, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Google Play is once again carrying the 16-gigabyte version of the Nexus 7 after selling out of the device last week. Google stopped taking orders for the device for a full week, but the 16 GB Nexus 7 is back and it's got a pretty decent shipping time -- currently listed at just three to five days. The Nexus 7 tablet has been a success thus far for the tech company. Retail partners began listing the device as out of stock, back ordered or coming soon not long after they began carrying the product earlier this month.
August 20, 2013 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Dropbox users can add one free gigabyte of cloud storage by simply connecting their accounts with Mailbox -- an email app Dropbox purchased earlier this year. Dropbox, which starts off users with 2 GB of free cloud storage, offers users a number of ways to increase their accounts' capacity, but connecting with Mailbox appears to be one of the easiest ways users can significantly increase their space. To do so, users simply download the app from Apple's App Store. Then, users connect their Gmail account and take an instructional tour of how the app works.
April 24, 2012 | By Michelle Maltais
Upload something into Google Docs this morning, and you'll notice a 4-gigabyte boost to your storage. A sign that Google Drive is on the horizon? TechCrunch reported it this morning, and we checked it out. Indeed, our storage went from 1 gigabyte to 5 gigabytes after we uploaded a document. It has been widely speculated that today is G-Day , the day Google Drive is to be announced. Sites across the Web have posted leaked documents suggesting the cloud-storage service will offer users 5 gigabytes of storage for free, rivaling SugarSync and Box and dwarfing DropBox's free 2 gigabytes.
January 29, 2013 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Apple will begin selling a 128 gigabyte version of its fourth-generation iPad starting Feb. 5. The Cupertino, Calif., company announced the new version of its tablet Tuesday, priced at $799 for Wi-Fi only and $929 for a cellular network-connected model. Currently, Apple's largest storage capacity tablet is a 64 GB iPad, which sells for $699 for Wi-Fi only and $829 for the cellular-enabled version. QUIZ: Test your Apple knowledge The 128-GB iPad model appears to be a direct shot at Microsoft, which will be releasing its own tablet, the Surface Pro, just a few days later, on Feb. 9. Microsoft says the Surface Pro is designed for professionals and heavy-duty users who want a powerful device with vast storage space -- features Apple addresses with the 128 GB iPad.
July 10, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Dropbox, the cloud storage company, announced it is doubling the size of its Pro users accounts as well as adding a new 500 gigabyte option. The San Francisco-based start-up made the announcement on its blog  Tuesday, saying its users have been asking for more space. With Dropbox having recently added a feature that makes it easy to upload pictures , the company said it was time to accommodate its users. "As people add more stuff to Dropbox, we want to make sure they don't have to worry about space," the company said in its blog post.
February 5, 2013 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Apple began selling its 128-gigabyte iPad on Tuesday, with shipping times listed as one to three days for online orders. That's good news for iPad buyers, but the short shipping time may suggest it is not selling as quickly as other versions of the tablet. The 128 GB iPad has twice the storage space of the previously largest model of the Apple tablet. The Cupertino, Calif., company is selling the Wi-Fi version of the 128 GB iPad for $799. The cellular-enabled version of the 128 GB iPad costs $929 and has a listed ship time of three to five business days.
October 15, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
The one remaining mystery surrounding the iPad mini is how much will it cost, but now, a new image on the Web appears to answer that question. Over the weekend, German tech blogger Florian Schimanke posted what looks like an inventory list of the various iPad mini models. And along with the various models, the list includes prices. According to the image, which you can see here , the iPad mini will be available in 16 different versions. It will come in both black and white and range in storage from as little as 8 gigabytes to as much as 64 GB. Additionally, the image indicates there will be versions of the device that can connect to cellular networks.
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