As mobile gadgets become bigger, some companies abandon websites altogether
An increasing number of companies are developing mobile-first or mobile-only strategies that prioritize customers' experience on smartphones and tablets over desktop computers, which have long been the way most people access the Internet.
FCC chief shares pain of own proposal to allow calls on planes
The U.S. regulator proposing to end a ban on phone calls during commercial flights understands why some passengers say the change would take connectivity too far.
Arts Council plans event for artists
The Arts Council of Oklahoma City and Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition will present an “InfoRama” for local artists looking to find practical ways to pursue community-based arts careers from 7-8:15 p.m. Dec. 10 at [Artspace] at Untitled gallery.
Whataburger debuts pancake mix
Whataburger pancake lovers can now make their own stacks at home, with the signature mix for Whataburger’s popular pancakes for sale on the company’s website, Whataburger.com.
New apparel store fits $10 niche
Tenz, an apparel and accessories store where nothing costs more than $10, has received a great turnout since it opened its doors Oct. 19 in Edmond.
Old-school toys dominate holiday lists
There are two requests Don Mahoney, otherwise known as Santa Claus, keeps getting day after day: Barbies and Legos.
Consumers' outlook improves after two-year low
American consumers became less pessimistic in November about the economic outlook as the effect of last month's partial government shutdown dissipated.
VIDEO: Hydrogen cars make big noise at L.A. auto show
Honda and Hyundai both introduced new hydrogen powered cars at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Hydrogen cars are competing with electric cars to be the most popular green vehicle.
REVIEW: Much to enjoy in VW's CC luxury sedan
The 2013 VW CC is not for everyone. The entry-level luxury sedan is perhaps too refined to fall into the Volkswagen stable. It might be more at home in an autobahn environment with flashing LED lights in the passing lane.
Tribe adds Sonic carhops, tots to its portfolio
The Wyandotte Nation has been diversifying its holdings, most recently with a Sonic Drive-In in this small city on the Kasnas-Missouri broder.
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