May 7, 2010

Silicon Valley's Reason For Optimism

Silicon Valley's Reason For Optimism

Yes, it has problems, but Silicon Valley is still the place to be.

May 6, 2010

Silicon Valley's Brain Drain

Silicon Valley's Brain Drain

As immigration to Silicon Valley drops, so does innovation

May 5, 2010

Two Word Silicon Valley Buzz Kill: For Lease

Two Word Silicon Valley Buzz Kill: For Lease

They call them "see throughs."

May 4, 2010

Where Have All The Start-ups Gone?

Where Have All The Start-ups Gone?

Remember all the IPO's and wild valuations? Now, meet the modern, mature start-up.

May 3, 2010

How To Save Silicon Valley

How To Save Silicon Valley

How tech can get its groove back.

May 1, 2010

What Happened to the Start-Ups

What Happened to the Start-Ups

If the 1990's were the boom years for Silicon Valley startups, you could probably call the new model Modern Maturity.

Apr 27, 2010

Cool, Not Perfect: Our Long-Term iPad Test

Cool, Not Perfect:  Our Long-Term iPad Test

We've had it for weeks. Here are the pros and cons.

Jan 27, 2010

Visualizing 20 Years of Photoshop

Visualizing 20 Years of Photoshop

Can you believe your eyes? Adobe brings together the software's four creators.

Mar 19, 2010

Robotic Madness Comes to Silicon Valley

Robotic Madness Comes to Silicon Valley

Students from around to compete in Robotic Tournament.

Oct 1, 2009

Silicon Valley Chipmaker Gets Graphic

Silicon Valley Chipmaker Gets Graphic

Nvdia's annual Silicon Valley conference lets others do the showing off.

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11 Injured in Gas Line Explosion Near Fresno

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San Francisco Police Bracing for 4/20 Celebrations

San Francisco Police Bracing for 4/20 Celebrations

Police are bracing for thousands of revelers to celebrate 4/20 in San Francisco.

SJFD Speeds Up Training for Fire Season

SJFD Speeds Up Training for Fire Season

The San Jose Fire Department is getting an early jump on the upcoming fire season.

Cities Push Back on Governor's Water Cutbacks

Cities Push Back on Governor's Water Cutbacks

California cities are pushing back against Gov. Jerry Brown's order for mandatory water use reductions, but it's not likely that regulators will retreat with the state in its fourth year of drought.

6 Injured After Car Slams Into Los Altos Trader Joe's Store

6 Injured After Car Slams Into Los Altos Trader Joe's Store

Six people were injured but not seriously hurt Friday when a 75-year-old woman crashed her car into a Trader Joe's grocery store in Los Altos, a police spokesman said.

Adoptee Relives Operation Babylift 40 Years Later

Adoptee Relives Operation Babylift 40 Years Later

Lara Price never considered she was a part of history — that her childhood was newsworthy. Her earliest memories were painted for her, a portrait of which the colors have shifted over her four decades.