Tuesday, Mar 22, 2016

Do Terrorists Have Encryption?

Do Terrorists Have Encryption?

When the news got about about the attacks in Brussels, the question was asked: Do the terrorists have encryption?

Monday, Mar 14, 2016

Marijuana-Based Drug Helps Reduce Seizures

Marijuana-Based Drug Helps Reduce Seizures

A successful trial of a cannabis-based drug has a lot of people in the Bay Area excited, but some doctors are not in favor.

Thursday, Mar 10, 2016

Microsoft Exploring Solutions to Reduce Silicon Valley Traffic

Microsoft Exploring Solutions to Reduce Silicon Valley Traffic

Traffic in the South Bay has gotten worse as the local economy has gotten better, so perhaps it's fitting that a tech company is working on a solution to try and make your commute a little faster.

Wednesday, Mar 9, 2016

Apple Attorney: No Such Thing as Unlocking 'Just One Phone'

Apple Attorney: No Such Thing as Unlocking 'Just One Phone'

Attorney Ted Olson is leading Apple's case vs. the FBI. At issue is whether or not Apple must unlock the iPhone used by San Bernardino shooter Syed Farooq. But Olson says there is no such thing as just unlocking...

Tuesday, Mar 8, 2016

ExxonMobil Unveils Smartphone App

ExxonMobil Unveils Smartphone App

ExxonMobil has rolled out an app that will let motorists pay for gas from their smartphone.

Wednesday, Mar 2, 2016

New SJ College Program Aims to Produce Engineers for High-Tech Cars

New SJ College Program Aims to Produce Engineers for High-Tech Cars

A multi-million dollar program to match tech workers with companies kicked off in the South Bay on Wednesday.

Friday, Feb 19, 2016

McAfee: FBI Doesn't Have Personnel to Crack Shooter's iPhone

McAfee: FBI Doesn't Have Personnel to Crack Shooter's iPhone

John McAfee, who insists that he supports Tim Cook and Apple's stance on the San Bernardino case, says he can help both sides: Get the FBI the information it wants, while letting Apple off the hook.

Friday, Feb 5, 2016

Cupertino Student Finalist in Google Doodle

Cupertino Student Finalist in Google Doodle

Google announced finalists for its annual “Google Doodle” contest, and we caught up with one of the finalists, Christina Wu of Cupertino.

Thursday, Jan 7, 2016

Super-Thin Technology Featured in CES

Super-Thin Technology Featured in CES

Super-thin technology is changing the way we look at our TVs, computers and even refrigerators. NBC Bay Area's Business and Tech reporter Scott Budman is at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas where...

Thursday, Jan 7, 2016

CES: Intel Unveils the 'Smart Dress'

CES: Intel Unveils the 'Smart Dress'

What happens when you mix technology and fashion? You get something like the Smart Dress being shown off here at CES by Intel.

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Warriors Cruise Past Trail Blazers in Game 1

Warriors Cruise Past Trail Blazers in Game 1

Klay Thompson scored a game-high 37 points, and Draymond Green had a triple-double as the Warriors rolled the Trail Blazers in Game 1 on Sunday.

Solar Impulse 2 Leaving Bay Area Monday Following Extended Stay

Solar Impulse 2 Leaving Bay Area Monday Following Extended Stay

The Solar Impulse 2 will be leaving the Bay Area Monday morning following an extended stay in the Bay Area due to weather concerns.

Scattered May Day Protests Shine Light on Social Injustice

Scattered May Day Protests Shine Light on Social Injustice

Thousands attended the scattered May Day marches Sunday in Oakland, San Jose and San Francisco, blasting through microphones and chants their frustration with low wages, the upcoming presidential election...

Democrat Delegate Selection Heats up in Bay Area

Democrat Delegate Selection Heats up in Bay Area

While the focus has been on California's Republican Convention this weekend, Democratic supporters have been hard at work selecting delegates to send to their national convention in Philadelphia.

Changes Five Years After Bin Laden's Death

Changes Five Years After Bin Laden's Death

President Barack Obama announced Osama bin Laden's death shortly before midnight on May 1st, 2011 during a televised appearance in the East Room of the White House. Yet five years later, militant Islamic...

Art and Wine Festival Uses Anniversary to Honor Mother, Toddler Killed Last Year

Art and Wine Festival Uses Anniversary to Honor Mother, Toddler Killed Last Year

Livermore, a city in the East Bay, held its 25th annual art and wine festival this weekend. Organizers banded together and decided to use the landmark anniversary to honor two victims of drunk driving.