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'Star Wars' R2-D2-themed jet ready to take flight, BB-8 design on the way

These are the droids you are looking to fly in: ANA Japan unveils its R2-D2 jet as well as other "Star Wars" designs that include a BB-8 jet for the upcoming "The Force Awakens" film.

By September 14, 2015

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Boeing, ANA begin flying 787 Dreamliner test routes in Japan

The step, in which ANA pilots will fly the 787 on actual routes in Japan is considered a crucial step before first delivery of the plane, likely in August or September.

By July 4, 2011

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Massive 'Indiana Jones' exhibit headed to U.S.

Crave takes you inside a spectacular exhibit opening in Santa Ana, Calif., that explores the cracking world of "Indiana Jones."

By October 1, 2012

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Exposure: Ana Suntay-Tañedo

Ana Suntay-Tañedo's photography shows her unique take on the world, from striking landscapes to intricate light studies.

15 Images By May 31, 2010

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Mystery of a plane bent out of shape on rough landing

An ANA Boeing 767 bounces around enough that the fuselage just in front of the wings bends like a yoga instructor's hips. An airline rep says the plane may never return to service.

By June 22, 2012

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DVD drive maker hits stop

Santa Ana, Calif.-based CenDyne, last year's U.S. market share leader for units shipped in the retail market for DVD-ROM drives, has shut down and gone into receivership.

By August 21, 2003

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Covad wins Flashcom customers

Covad Communications, a wholesale provider of DSL (digital subscriber lines), has been granted approval by the Bankruptcy Court in Santa Ana, Calif., to acquire the rights to 24,500 former Flashcom high-speed Internet customers. Covad will buy the customer list for $750,000 in cash and debt forgiveness, though the company could pay up to another $2.75 million based on how many customers Covad successfully migrates to new ISP partners. Flashcom, which filed for bankruptcy protection in December, is Covad's largest financially troubled partner.

February 22, 2001

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Short Take: Net hate speech sentencing delayed

A 21-year-old college dropout who was convicted February 10 in a precedent-setting case for sending threatening hate email to Asian University of California at Irvine students will not be sentenced as planned. Richard Machado, who has already been detained for a year, will be sentenced in Santa Ana, California, this April. He may have to serve one more year in prison and pay a fine of up to $100,000.

February 13, 1998