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Friday, Sep 22, 2017

Should Internet Companies Censor Content?

Should Internet Companies Censor Content?

Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince joins us for a frank talk about censorship.

Friday, Sep 22, 2017

The Power of a Single Person

The Power of a Single Person

Nilofer Merchant, author of The Power of Onlyness, on how the internet can allow a single person to change a national conversation.

Friday, Sep 22, 2017

Amazon Goes on a Hiring Spree

Amazon Goes on a Hiring Spree

Amazon expands its way into the Bay Area. Find out how you can get hired.

Friday, Sep 22, 2017

Softbank Showers High Tech With Cash

Softbank Showers High Tech With Cash

Is Softbank late to the venture capital party? We talk to Kabbage co-founder Kathryn Petralia on Softbank's recent investment. 

Friday, Sep 22, 2017

IntegenX Manufactures Rapid DNA Testing Devices Used in Police Booking Centers

IntegenX Manufactures Rapid DNA Testing Devices Used in Police Booking Centers

A brand new federal law changes the way police book suspects and could spell riches for a small Silicon Valley company.

Wednesday, Jun 17, 2015

Is ROBLOX the Next Minecraft?

Is ROBLOX the Next Minecraft?

ROBLOX, a video-gaming platform, gives tools to users to create and design their own video games.

Friday, Feb 19, 2016

The Secret Sauce of Silicon Valley

The Secret Sauce of Silicon Valley

Stanford professor Tina Seelig teaches creativity in business and says it's needed in all industries, especially in technology.

Wednesday, Jun 17, 2015

Attracting Millennials Back to the Ballpark With Mobile Ticketing

Attracting Millennials Back to the Ballpark With Mobile Ticketing

Many professional sports teams, including the Oakland Raiders, don't take electronic tickets. Gametime, a mobile app for last-minute game tickets, hopes to change that.

Saturday, May 30, 2015

Apple Chief Tim Cook Gives $6.5M to Charity

Apple Chief Tim Cook Gives $6.5M to Charity

Apple chief Tim Cook made a reported $6.56 donation to charity and continues to make his political views public.

Saturday, May 30, 2015

TV Improved by "Cinematic" Cable, Streaming Programming

TV Improved by "Cinematic" Cable, Streaming Programming

More digital offerings will mean better quality television, at least according to Moviepilot's Tobias Bauckhage.

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Amtrak Train Derails Onto Wash. Highway; Fatalities Reported
Amtrak Train Derails Onto Wash. Highway; Fatalities Reported

An Amtrak train carrying 83 people on the first day of a new route from Seattle derailed onto an interstate highway Monday morning, with train cars plunging off an overpass and crashing into cars.

Bay Area Revelations: Cannabis Rush Full Episode
Bay Area Revelations: Cannabis Rush Full Episode

In this episode, we take a look at the evolution and history of pot culture in the Bay Area.

Residents Frustrated by Commuters Cutting Through Community
Residents Frustrated by Commuters Cutting Through Community

Residents in one Alameda County community are prodding county officials to come up with a fix to a traffic headache that they say is clogging up their neighborhood during the morning and evening commutes.

Why Diet And Exercise Are Key to a Good Night’s Sleep
Why Diet And Exercise Are Key to a Good Night’s Sleep

Turns out eating well and getting in your cardio will help you maximize your sleep

CHP Continues Hunt For Freeway Arsonist in San Jose
CHP Continues Hunt For Freeway Arsonist in San Jose

The hunt continues for an arsonist who authorities believe has started more than 20 fires in the South Bay and appeared to have struck again early Sunday morning.

Prominent US Judge Retires Amid Sex Misconduct Accusations
Prominent US Judge Retires Amid Sex Misconduct Accusations

A prominent U.S. appeals court judge announced his retirement Monday days after women alleged he subjected them to inappropriate sexual conduct or comments.