Jan 5, 2015

All About That Bass: Music at CES

All About That Bass: Music at CES

Amazing sound, and the price is dropping.

Jan 5, 2015

CES 2015: Coming To Your Livingroom

CES 2015: Coming To Your Livingroom

The annual look at what's next in consumer tech

Dec 24, 2014

"The Interview" Review: Streaming Politics

"The Interview" Review: Streaming Politics

Is it worth the hype? No, not really.

Dec 19, 2014

Security Experts on Sony Hack: "WWIII Looks Like This"

Security Experts on Sony Hack: "WWIII Looks Like This"

As the billboards advertising Sony Pictures "The Interview" were pulled down in Hollywood on Thursday, concerns about cyber terrorism shot up in Silicon Valley.

Dec 15, 2014

Multilingual Skype Translates As Users Speak

Multilingual Skype Translates As Users Speak

A new, multilingual version of Skype translates what users are saying to one another in real-time.

Dec 10, 2014

Jesse Jackson Pitches Tech Diversity

Jesse Jackson Pitches Tech Diversity

Reverend Jesse Jackson talks diversity at Intel

Nov 18, 2014

Uber Butts Heads With Journalists

Uber Butts Heads With Journalists

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick apologized Tuesday for one of his executive's suggestions that critics in the media should be subjected to a smear campaign -- however, another reporter said that she was warned by Uber...

Nov 13, 2014

Comet Scientist's Bad Wardrobe Choice Draws Attention

Comet Scientist's Bad Wardrobe Choice Draws Attention

The scientist who led the team that landed a robot on a comet also chose to wear a Hawaiian-type shirt emblazoned with cartoon depiction of women in skimpy, skin-tight outfits.

Nov 3, 2014

Inside Look: How Facebook Protects Users' Private Data

Inside Look: How Facebook Protects Users' Private Data

NBC Bay Area business and tech reporter Scott Budman got an exclusive look inside Facebook's Menlo Park headquarters and the company's security team.

Oct 29, 2014

Students Operate Space Satellites Through NASA

Students Operate Space Satellites Through NASA

Santa Clara University students are learning how to run space satellites thanks to a program with NASA's Ames Research Center.

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Rocky Fire Grows to 60K Acres, 12% Contained

Rocky Fire Grows to 60K Acres, 12% Contained

The Rocky Fire keeps on racing across Northern California: Cal Fire said the wildfire has burned 60,000 acres by Monday morning, and was 12 percent contained.

Sex Assault Suspect Killed in Oakland Police Shootout

Sex Assault Suspect Killed in Oakland Police Shootout

Two Oakland police officers on Monday morning fatally shot a man they say was a sexual assault suspect who was armed with an SKS-type assault rifle in the second fatal officer-involved shooting of the year, the...

Dead Whale in Pacifica May Have Been Hit by Passing Ship

Dead Whale in Pacifica May Have Been Hit by Passing Ship

A dead humpback whale washed ashore on a beach in Pacifica, dispatchers said Sunday.

Special Olympics Athlete Found, 2nd Missing

Special Olympics Athlete Found, 2nd Missing

Andi Gusmari, 44, was last seen Saturday night near the USC campus.

Suspect in Memphis Officer Killing Turns Self in

Suspect in Memphis Officer Killing Turns Self in

The ex-con accused of killing a Memphis police officer has turned himself into federal authorities, ending an intensive two-day manhunt. Louis Goggans, spokesman for the United States attorney's office...

U.S. Honor Flag Flies Outside Hayward Police HQ

U.S. Honor Flag Flies Outside Hayward Police HQ

The United States Honor Flag flew in the East Bay on Monday morning as part of a national tribute to fallen Hayward Police Sgt. Scott Lunger.