Sep 19, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

Google, NewsCorp Sued Over MySpace Sale

Google, NewsCorp Sued Over MySpace Sale

A former owner of MySpace claims that the social network should have been valued at $32 billion, but instead was sold at $580 million to NewsCorp.

Sep 18, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

Airbnb CFO Suddenly Leaves Company

Airbnb CFO Suddenly Leaves Company

Airbnb chief financial officer seems to have left the company suddenly, reports say.

Sep 18, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

Microsoft Lays Off 2,100, Closes Silicon Valley Research Lab

Microsoft Lays Off 2,100, Closes Silicon Valley Research Lab

Microsoft will close its Silicon Valley research lab as part of the 2,100 layoffs it announced Thursday.

Sep 16, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

California to Stop Student Information Sales

California to Stop Student Information Sales

The state is trying to restrict how technology companies sell and disclose personal information on students in kindergarten through high school.

Sep 16, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

Facebook for Rich People Only $9K a Year

Facebook for Rich People Only $9K a Year

Dubbed the "online country club for people with more money than time," Netropolitan hopes to attract users that pay $9,000 for a one-year subscription.

Sep 15, 2014

How Does Driverless Car Insurance Work?

How Does Driverless Car Insurance Work?

Driverless cars are being tested in the Bay Area, but a dose of reality comes with them--when they get into an accident, how does the insurance work?

Sep 15, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

Facebook Angers the Transgendered

Facebook Angers the Transgendered

Facebook's new rules about using legal names has upset the gay and transgendered community.

Sep 15, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

Tim Cook: Apple's Biggest Rival is Google

Tim Cook: Apple's Biggest Rival is Google

Apple chief Tim Cook said in a talk show that Apple's biggest threat is Google and that it took years to create a larger iPhone.

Sep 11, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

Facebook Tests Disappearing Posts

Facebook Tests Disappearing Posts

Facebook takes a page from Snapchat and tests a new feature that causes status updates to disappear.

Sep 11, 2014
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By Barbara E. Hernandez

Google Buys Mobile Polling Polar to Boost Google+

Google Buys Mobile Polling Polar to Boost Google+

Google acquires Polar, a mobile polling startup, to beef up its social network Google+.

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Woman Struck, Killed in Collision Near Stockton Tunnel

Woman Struck, Killed in Collision Near Stockton Tunnel

The driver of a vehicle that struck and killed a female pedestrian in the vicinity of the Stockton Tunnel in San Francisco's Chinatown district Saturday morning has been arrested for vehicular...

Residents Brace for "Piercing" Noise from Rave

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The all day and into the night "Beyond Wonderland" electronic dance party returns to the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View this weekend -- and many residents are preparing for the constant barrage of noise...

SJPD: 2 Men Wanted in Girl's Kidnapping, Sexual Assault

SJPD: 2 Men Wanted in Girl's Kidnapping, Sexual Assault

San Jose police are asking for the public's help in identifying and locating two men who reportedly kidnapped a girl and sexually assaulted her before releasing her.

FAA Investigates Possible Plane Part That Fell From Sky

FAA Investigates Possible Plane Part That Fell From Sky

An airplane part, apparently from a JetBlue flight that experienced engine trouble, was turned over to a Federal Aviation Administration official today by a Fountain Valley woman who found it in...

"If He's Guilty, He's Guilty": Father of Suspect in Gym Killing

"If He's Guilty, He's Guilty": Father of Suspect in Gym Killing

A 46-year-old plumber was arrested on homicide charges after police say he picked up a steel gym bar at a Bally's Total Fitness, attacking another club member by striking him on the head "several times," before...

King Fire Arson Suspect Pleads "Not Guilty"

King Fire Arson Suspect Pleads "Not Guilty"

Wayne Allen Huntsman, the construction worker arrested on suspicion of intentionally setting a wildfire in Northern California, pleaded not guilty to an arson charge Friday in El Dorado County Superior Court.