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Wednesday, Jun 8, 2011

Tech Now!

Tech Now!

This week Tech Now takes you on the road for a special edition on cars and technology. Learn how to friend your car on Facebook and check out the greenest scooter that actually folds up.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

TECH NOW!

TECH NOW!

This Week on Tech Now! Google heads to the clouds, taking your music with it. And for you gamers, we'll show you how to protect yourself from Hackers

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

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Tech Now for the week of May 14

Tuesday, Feb 14, 2017

Apple Unveils New 'Planet of the Apps' Show

Apple Unveils New 'Planet of the Apps' Show

The next big app may come from Apple's upcoming show featuring an "escalator pitch," a celebrity panel and some of Silicon Valley's heavy hitters.

Friday, Jan 6, 2017

Rise of the Machines (and Apps) at CES 2017

Rise of the Machines (and Apps) at CES 2017

Apps at CES aim to help us perform daily tasks a little bit better.

Friday, Jan 6, 2017

Goal of Many Tech Companies: Make Our Lives More Relaxing

Goal of Many Tech Companies: Make Our Lives More Relaxing

For all the focus on smart cars and virtual reality here, you may be happy to learn that a lot of the technology coming our way in the next few years is focused on your entertainment. Scott Budman has the latest from CES in Las Vegas.

Friday, Jan 6, 2017

360 Photos: Inside CES 2017

360 Photos: Inside CES 2017

NBC Bay Area reporter Scott Budman and photographer Michael Horn arrived in Las Vegas on Wednesday night, just in time to cover the hottest new tech trends at at CES 2017.

Thursday, Jan 5, 2017

Barf Bags and Smart Cars: CES 2017 Kicks Off With Wild Ride

Barf Bags and Smart Cars: CES 2017 Kicks Off With Wild Ride

Intel, arguably one of the more sedate companies in Silicon Valley, was apparently so concerned about its Virtual Reality demo Thursday night at the annual CES convention in Las Vegas, company reps handed...

Monday, Dec 12, 2016

Silicon Valley Companies to Help in Russian Hacking Probe

Silicon Valley Companies to Help in Russian Hacking Probe

The investigation into the CIA's belief that Russia meddled in last month's presidential election to help Donald Trump win has Silicon Valley companies ready to mobilize.

Thursday, Dec 1, 2016

'Star Wars' Battle Drones Set to Hit Retailers

'Star Wars' Battle Drones Set to Hit Retailers

It's the fight sure to get a lot of buzz this holiday season.

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Flooding Concerns Ramp up as Powerful Storm Targets Bay Area

Flooding Concerns Ramp up as Powerful Storm Targets Bay Area

Another powerful storm expected to douse the Bay Area Sunday night and Monday morning could pack threats of flooding, mudslides, toppled trees and power outages.

Anderson Reservoir Continues to Spill

Anderson Reservoir Continues to Spill

For the second day in a row, a torrent of water on Sunday flowed over the Anderson Reservoir spillway, marking a phenomenon that hadn't happened for 11 years until this weekend.

Scientists Question Using Waste Water From Oil Fields

Scientists Question Using Waste Water From Oil Fields

It’s been done for two decades but after the release of a new report, controversy is building. Should farmers irrigate crops with waste water from oil extraction? Even with recent rains, the demand for water sources is high. About 80 percent of the water used by Californians goes to agriculture. Stephen Stock investigates as scientists call for a halt to the practice until more is known about the chemicals in that water.

‘Not My Presidents Day’: Thousands to Protest Trump

‘Not My Presidents Day’: Thousands to Protest Trump

From coast to coast, thousands of people across the U.S. have spent their President's Day holiday weekend protesting Donald Trump's anti-immigration policies, and even more demonstrations are planned for Monday, NBC News reported. Protesters wielding signs in Dallas, Los Angeles and New York poured into the streets on Saturday calling for the establishment of sanctuary cities in order to end ICE raids. On Sunday, more than a thousand people rallied in New York City in support of Muslim Americans. Meanwhile, hundreds of scientists took to the streets of Boston urging Trump to recognize climate change and tackle environmental issues. Protesters held signs in the shape of telescopes and beakers that read "Scientists Serving the Common Good." The rally was taking place at the same time as the city's yearly American Association for the Advancement of Science conference. And on Monday, even more rallies are expected in at least 20 cities across the U.S., including in Los Angeles, New York, Washington, D.C. and Chicago.

Mudslide in Orinda Threatens Stability of Transmission Tower

Mudslide in Orinda Threatens Stability of Transmission Tower

Crews in Orinda on Sunday raced to shore up the soil beneath a transmission tower after a recent mudslide threatened to knock over the soaring structure, according to a PG&E spokesperson.

Sexual Battery Reported Inside of SJSU Fraternity House

Sexual Battery Reported Inside of SJSU Fraternity House

A female partygoer was allegedly the victim of sexual battery inside a San Jose State University fraternity house, according to police.