Jun 23, 2014

Start-X Accelerator Helps Startups

Start-X Accelerator Helps Startups

Scott Budman shows how the Silicon Valley is fast becoming a "farm system" for large tech companies.

Jun 20, 2014

Need Sunglasses? Go Online

Need Sunglasses? Go Online

Shopping online is already huge, but when it comes to clothing, it's not all that efficient. Just about every Stitch Fix or Zappos purchase into my house has left the house, back in its box.

Jun 18, 2014

NASA Tracks "Zombie" Spacecraft

NASA Tracks "Zombie" Spacecraft

Engineers, camped out at a McDonald's, try to bring a spaceship back home.

Jun 16, 2014

Silicon Valley Tech Helps Reverse Social Media Censorship

Silicon Valley Tech Helps Reverse Social Media Censorship

NBC Bay Area's tech and business reporter Scott Budman shows how an app developed in the Silicon Valley is the answer to international censorship.

Jun 13, 2014

How to Avoid World Cup Scams Online

How to Avoid World Cup Scams Online

NBC Bay Area's Scott Budman provides tips on how to safely stream the World Cup online and avoid being a victim of a scam.

Jun 9, 2014

Apple Splits, But Investors Stay

Apple Splits, But Investors Stay

Monday marked Apple's first stock split in nine years, a move designed to make it more affordable to buy shares of the iPhone and iPad maker.

Jun 3, 2014

The Ripple Effect: Apple Boosts Hardware Companies

The Ripple Effect: Apple Boosts Hardware Companies

Apple's new moves help lots of companies.

Jun 2, 2014

LIVE BLOG: Apple Worldwide Developers Conference

LIVE BLOG: Apple Worldwide Developers Conference

Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off Monday, June 2 from San Francisco's Moscone Center.

May 22, 2014

Is App Telling Us A "Secret" About Apple-Beats Deal?

Is App Telling Us A "Secret" About Apple-Beats Deal?

Is Apple still buying Beats? Secret says no.

May 20, 2014

Virtual Party: Oculus Rift To Chuck E. Cheese

Virtual Party: Oculus Rift To Chuck E. Cheese

Chuck E. Cheese to test Oculus Rift

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BART Investigating Racist Vandalism Directed at Employees

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Bomb Squad Called to Investigate Package at BART

Bomb Squad Called to Investigate Package at BART

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Server Crashes at SJC, Doors Rendered Inoperable

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Muni Riders Suffer Power Outage, Tree Down

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Hearing Set on "Slender Man" Stabbing Suspect's Mental Health

Hearing Set on "Slender Man" Stabbing Suspect's Mental Health

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Elderly Driver Jumps Curb, Injures 5 at Palo Alto Cafe

Elderly Driver Jumps Curb, Injures 5 at Palo Alto Cafe

Six people were injured, one critically, when a car driven by a 90-year-old man slammed into the outside street seating at the University Cafe in Palo Alto during lunchtime Thursday.