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Thursday, May 28, 2015

BlogHer Celebrates a Decade of Women Bloggers

BlogHer Celebrates a Decade of Women Bloggers

BlogHer chief executive Lisa Stone helps celebrate her organization's 10th anniversary by updating the role of the female blogger.

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Tech's "Frat Boy" Mentality Hurts Diversity

Tech's "Frat Boy" Mentality Hurts Diversity

The age of the hoodie-wearing chief executive and "bro"-grammers is over, Vivek Wadhwa says, and Silicon Valley needs to be more socially responsible.

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Finding the $1M Smart Gun

Finding the $1M Smart Gun

The Smart Tech Challenge Foundation will give $1 million to an entrepreneur who can create a safer gun.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Ellen Pao Put "Spotlight" on Silicon Valley Sexism

Ellen Pao Put "Spotlight" on Silicon Valley Sexism

Trinity Ventures partner Patricia Nakache says that Ellen Pao's sexual discrimination lawsuit has put a "spotlight" on the issue of sexism in Silicon Valley.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

"Surround Computing" is the Future of the Internet

"Surround Computing" is the Future of the Internet

AMD Chief Technical Officer Mark Papermaster discusses how "surround computing," a new way of communicating with technology, is the wave of the future.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Reddit Founder Says Everyone Should Learn to Code

Reddit Founder Says Everyone Should Learn to Code

Reddit founder and executive chairman Alexis Ohanian tells the new generation that it needs to learn to code.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Reddit Creator Discusses Website's Success

Reddit Creator Discusses Website's Success

Reddit's non-technical founder, Alexis Ohanian, reflects on why Reddit succeeded and its competitors did not.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Inside Stanford's Startup Accelerator StartX

Inside Stanford's Startup Accelerator StartX

Stanford students apply to the university's own accelerator, StartX, for a chance to be create their best product and possibly find funding.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Why Companies Should Say They're Sorry

Why Companies Should Say They're Sorry

After a big company breach or misstep, it's time for a company to say it's sorry.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Elastica CEO Gives Ways to Keep Your Company Safe

Elastica CEO Gives Ways to Keep Your Company Safe

After numerous data breaches, Rehan Jalil has some ideas on how to keep businesses safe -- by admitting they're at risk.

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Loma Fire Spreads to 2,865 Acres, Some Evacuations Lifted

Loma Fire Spreads to 2,865 Acres, Some Evacuations Lifted

Santa Cruz County residents were allowed to return to their homes Wednesday as cooler temperatures gave fire crews a much-needed boost in battling the Loma Fire.

Bay Area Residents Join Drive to Help Cancer-Stricken Father

Bay Area Residents Join Drive to Help Cancer-Stricken Father

A California father of three is battling terminal cancer and now is in dire need of a bone marrow transplant.

Governor Signs DUI Ignition Interlock Bill Into Law

Governor Signs DUI Ignition Interlock Bill Into Law

Drunk driving offenders in California will be required to install an ignition interlock on their vehicles that connects to a breathalyzer under a new law signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday.

Suspect Sketch in Pokemon Go Player's Homicide

Suspect Sketch in Pokemon Go Player's Homicide

Authorities have released a sketch of man believed to be tied to last month's fatal shooting of a 20-year-old man in San Francisco.

Trump Campaign Says Debate Two Must Be Better

Trump Campaign Says Debate Two Must Be Better

Two days after the first presidential debate, top aides and people close to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump admit the candidate's performance was subpar and that he must dramatically improve in his...

SJ Police Seeking Answers in Rash of Homeless Slayings

SJ Police Seeking Answers in Rash of Homeless Slayings

San Jose police are looking into a string of homeless homicides in the South Bay this year to see if they may be connected in some way.