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Wednesday, Jun 8, 2011

Tech Now!

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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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Tuesday, Feb 21, 2017

Tech Entrepreneurs From Cuba Visit Silicon Valley

Tech Entrepreneurs From Cuba Visit Silicon Valley

They say necessity is the mother of invention and nowhere is that more true than in Cuba, where tech startups are popping up across the island nation despite very low internet connectivity. That intrepidness is on display with the visit of some young high-tech entrepreneurs to Silicon Valley. Jessica Aguirre reports.

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.

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Four people were killed and two were injured when a plane crashed in a Riverside neighborhood on Monday afternoon, igniting a devastating fire.

SFPD Investigating Bomb Threat
SFPD Investigating Bomb Threat

The Anti-Defamation League in San Francisco has been evacuated due to a bomb threat, police said late Monday.

Historic Flooding in SJ Caused More Than $70M in Damage
Historic Flooding in SJ Caused More Than $70M in Damage

Nearly one week since historic flooding overwhelmed several San Jose neighborhoods and uprooted households, the South Bay city on Monday announced the flooding caused $50 million in private property damage and $23 million in public property damage.

Big Surge for Military in Trump Budget, Big Cuts Elsewhere
Big Surge for Military in Trump Budget, Big Cuts Elsewhere

President Donald Trump is proposing a huge $54 billion surge in U.S. military spending for new aircraft, ships and fighters in his first federal budget while slashing big chunks from domestic programs and foreign aid to make the government "do more with less." The Trump blueprint, due in more detail next month, would fulfill the Republican president's campaign pledge to boost Pentagon spending while targeting the budgets of other federal agencies. The "topline" figures emerged Monday, one day before Trump's first address to a joint session of Congress, an opportunity to re-emphasize the economic issues that were a centerpiece of his White House run.

Oakland's First Female Police Chief Takes Office
Oakland's First Female Police Chief Takes Office

Anne Kirkpatrick, the first police chief to be hired in Oakland's history, was sworn in Monday morning.

Warriors Overcome Poor Shooting, Hold Off 76ers
Warriors Overcome Poor Shooting, Hold Off 76ers

The Warriors didn't shoot particularly well from distance on Monday, but they managed to hold off the pesky 76ers in Philadelphia.