Apr 16, 2015

Capturing Attention

Capturing Attention

A new book attempts to outline the ways to capture attention and when people become fans.

Apr 16, 2015

Peter Thiel: Virtual Reality 'Incredibly Important'

Peter Thiel: Virtual Reality 'Incredibly Important'

Venture capitalist and PayPal founder Peter Thiel discusses why Oculus VR is important.

Apr 16, 2015

Peter Thiel: Monopolies are Good

Peter Thiel: Monopolies are Good

Peter Thiel says that monopolies are good provided they create something new.

Apr 10, 2015

Free Mobile Apps Are Mining Your Data

Free Mobile Apps Are Mining Your Data

Both free and paid mobile apps are minding user data to sell to third parties, says an expert.

Apr 10, 2015

Director at Pixar Wants More Girls to Get Into Coding

Director at Pixar Wants More Girls to Get Into Coding

Made with Code mentor Danielle Feinberg discusses the importance of girls gravitating towards computer programming.

Apr 10, 2015

23andMe Offers DNA Testing

23andMe Offers DNA Testing

23andMe, a DNA testing company founded by Anne Wojcicki, the former partner of Google founder Sergey Brin, offers genetic testing for $99.

Apr 10, 2015

Solar Power After Solyndra

Solar Power After Solyndra

Siva Power chief executive Brad Mattson tells Press:Here that solar power costs are coming down because of "thin-film" technology.

Apr 8, 2015

PulsePoint App Helps Saves Lives

PulsePoint App Helps Saves Lives

PulsePoint, an app that directs people with CPR training to emergency situations, recently saved the life of a one-month-old infant.

Apr 8, 2015

Granick Says People Should Be More Outraged About Internet Privacy

Granick Says People Should Be More Outraged About Internet Privacy

Jennifer Granick, director of civil liberties at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society, said that people should be more outraged at their lack of Internet privacy.

Apr 8, 2015

AnchorFree Founder Wants Silicon Valley to Spend Less Time on Apps to Help Improve World

AnchorFree Founder Wants Silicon Valley to Spend Less Time on Apps to Help Improve World

David Gorodyanski, chief executive and founder of virtual private network AnchorFree, says that app developers spend too much time on frivolous apps and games instead of focusing on bettering the world.

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Lawsuit Against SFPD Over Fatal Shooting

Lawsuit Against SFPD Over Fatal Shooting

The family of a young Guatemalan man shot and killed by San Francisco police is filing a federal lawsuit and asking the Department of Justice to investigate the shooting.

Retired SJPD Officers Still Fighting Crime

Retired SJPD Officers Still Fighting Crime

Former San Jose police officers are still fighting crime in retirement. It took the hard work of many people at the homicide unit and FBI to track down the murder suspect, including help from two former...

Missing Teen Hid, Ate Fruit on Campus: Sheriff

Missing Teen Hid, Ate Fruit on Campus: Sheriff

A 17-year-old Cupertino boy who had been missing and returned to his family on Thursday night, hid on his high school campus over the last four days and ate fruit to survive, according to the Santa Clara County...

Bay Area's 150-Year-Old Water Pipe Problem

Bay Area's 150-Year-Old Water Pipe Problem

NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit maps out water pipe breaks and leaks across the Bay Area and shows that some pipes have outlived those who installed them.

Bruce Jenner: My Brain Is More Female Than Male

Bruce Jenner: My Brain Is More Female Than Male

Former Olympic champion Bruce Jenner says that "for all intents and purposes, I am a woman." Jenner spoke in a long-awaited interview televised Friday with ABC's Diane Sawyer about his gender identity,...

SJPD Officer Had Pot in Storage Locker: DA

SJPD Officer Had Pot in Storage Locker: DA

A San Jose police officer has been charged with possessing large amounts of marijuana after it was found in a storage unit he rented out, the Santa Clara County Deputy District Attorney Office said Friday.