Tuesday, Mar 29, 2016

23andMe Turns Down FBI's Requests to Review DNA

23andMe Turns Down FBI's Requests to Review DNA

The feds may not be after the Apple iPhone anymore, but they are still asking tech companies for evidence. And that evidence might include your DNA.

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...

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Sharks Win Game 5, Now One Win Away From Finals

Sharks Win Game 5, Now One Win Away From Finals

Joe Pavelski’s goal late in the second period was a big one, as it tied the Sharks-Blues Game 5 of the Western Conference Final headed into the final frame. Thanks in large part to their first-year captain, the...

Dad Prime Suspect in Death of Boy in Vallejo House Fire

Dad Prime Suspect in Death of Boy in Vallejo House Fire

The death of a child Sunday morning in a two-alarm house fire in Vallejo has turned into a murder investigation, Vallejo police said Monday.

Jail Beating Leads to Arrest of Two Deputies

Jail Beating Leads to Arrest of Two Deputies

The embattled Santa Clara County jail is back in the spotlight Monday after two sheriff's correctional deputies self surrendered for an alleged beating of an inmate.

Taxpayers Pay Out Millions to Settle Lawsuits Involving CHP Officers

Taxpayers Pay Out Millions to Settle Lawsuits Involving CHP Officers

An NBC Bay Area investigation discovered pay outs on 45 different lawsuits filed against the State of California involving 51 CHP officers, 35 of whom were still on the payroll through 2015

TSA Replaces Head of Security as Airport Lines Grow

TSA Replaces Head of Security as Airport Lines Grow

The Transportation Security Administration on Monday replaced its head of security and created a centralized incident command team, moving dramatically to address the issue of long lines at the nation's...

Illegal Short-Term Rentals Can be Nightmare for Neighbors

Illegal Short-Term Rentals Can be Nightmare for Neighbors

An NBC Bay Area investigation into the illegal use of short-term rental platforms In San Francisco found dozens of ads for hostel-like accommodations on websites such as Airbnb, VRBO and Craigslist.