Nov 25, 2014

Most Internet Users Don't Understand a Privacy Policy: Report

Most Internet Users Don't Understand a Privacy Policy: Report

A survey from the Pew Research Internet Project shows that most Internet users don't understand what a privacy policy is, and nearly 40 percent don't understand net neutrality.

Nov 25, 2014

Facebook Wants Publicity With Another Mark Zuckerberg Q&A

Facebook Wants Publicity With Another Mark Zuckerberg Q&A

Facebook announced it will hold another public Q&A with its founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg on Dec. 11.

Nov 24, 2014

Android Malware Infects Phones for Criminal 'Zombie Army'

Android Malware Infects Phones for Criminal 'Zombie Army'

A new Android virus called NotCompatible has hit thousands of Android phones, causing them to be used by criminals.

Nov 24, 2014

Apple Pays $450M or Nothing For Conspiring to Raise E-Book Prices

Apple Pays $450M or Nothing For Conspiring to Raise E-Book Prices

A judge approved Apple's agreement to pay $450 million in an e-book price-fixing settlement, or nothing if it wins an appeal.

Nov 24, 2014

Tea for Two Year Olds

Tea for Two Year Olds

A mom creates a new sort of juice box and gives advice to other kitchen entrepreneurs.

Nov 24, 2014

Holiday Jingle Sales

Holiday Jingle Sales

Ecommerce expert and Reflektion CEO Sean Moran predicts seasonal shopping on mobile.

Nov 25, 2014

7 Tech Trends for 2015

7 Tech Trends for 2015

Will 2015 be the year of wearable tech? The long-awaited Apple Watch will be making its debut in early 2015 and consumers will be able to get their hands on newly available 3D printers to make food and...

Nov 21, 2014

Jennifer Granick

Jennifer Granick

The director of civil liberties for the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School discusses net neutrality, privacy and the NSA.

Nov 21, 2014

Hour of Code

Hour of Code

Between December 8-14, tens of thousands of teachers around the world will teach their kids computer code. You can too.

Nov 21, 2014

Stop Building Dumb Apps

Stop Building Dumb Apps

AnchorFree's David Gorodyansky is helping oppressed people get access to information. Why are you working on a dry-cleaning app?

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Ferguson Protesters Set Fires, Vandalize Shops in Oakland

Ferguson Protesters Set Fires, Vandalize Shops in Oakland

Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in San Francisco and Oakland on Tuesday night, a day after a Missouri grand jury decided not to indict a police officer for the shooting death of a teen.

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Michael Brown's Family Calls for New Police Camera Law

Michael Brown's Family Calls for New Police Camera Law

Michael Brown's family and supporters called for a law named after teen to require all police across the country to wear body cameras.

Environmental Group Plans to Sue SJ Over Sewage Spills

Environmental Group Plans to Sue SJ Over Sewage Spills

Environmental group San Francisco Baykeeper plans to sue the City of San Jose for violating the Clean Water Act by not controlling its trash and sewage.

Ferguson Protests Continue Across U.S. for 2nd Day

Ferguson Protests Continue Across U.S. for 2nd Day

Heated protests continued for a second night in response to a Missouri grand jury's decision not to indict the police officer who fatally shot unarmed teenager Michael Brown, with violence and arrests reported...

Union Questions USPS Emergency Policy

Union Questions USPS Emergency Policy

The union representing postal workers questions USPS after an NBC Bay Area Investigation uncovered an emergency policy that prevents most employees from dialing 911.