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SF Attorney Working to Address Concerns About Uber, Lyft

A city attorney has serious questions about how Uber and Lyft operate, In fact, he wants to know if they constitute a public nuisance. And now, he says he's ready to use the courts to help him find out. Christie Smith [Read entire story]

How Would the East Coast Hyperloop Compare to World’s Largest Tunnels?

Elon Musk’s proposed Hyperloop from New York to Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C., would stretch over 250 miles. If built, how would that compare to the world’s largest tunnels? [Read entire story]

Mom Bitten by Shark Gets High-Tech Prosthetic Arm

Tiffany Johnson lost her arm to a shark while on vacation in the Bahamas back in June. Only a month later and the mother of three keeps a positive attitude about the incident and continues to make progress with her [Read entire story]

6,000 Pound Mars Rover Concept Vehicle Starts Tour

A Mars rover concept vehicle is on display at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. The electric vehicle seats four and maxes out at 6 mph. The vehicle was commissioned by the Kennedy Space Center to [Read entire story]

Nine Years of Zuckerberg’s Annual Challenges

From ditching his signature hoodie for a "more serious" look to killing his own dinner, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg has been posting annual challenges. The challenges range in in complexity, time commitment and [Read entire story]

Company Develops Bulletproof Tape

A company in Maryland has come up with a plastic adhesive that is being used to make regular windows bulletproof.The company's CEO showed the product off on Monday, literally standing behind his work.The guy standing [Read entire story]

New iPhone Feature Would Help Users in Distress

A new feature from Apple would allow iPhone users to discreetly call emergency services with a fingerprint touch, with the goal of helping people in distress evade potential attackers.CNBC reports on the patent [Read entire story]

Prime Day 2017 Was Amazon’s Biggest Shopping Event Ever

Prime Day 2017 Was Amazon's Biggest Shopping Event Ever

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are big shopping days on Amazon, but the online retailer's own shopping holiday, Prime Day, has them both beat, the company said Wednesday. [Read entire story]

Prime Day 2017 Was Amazon’s Biggest Shopping Event Ever

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are big shopping days on Amazon, but the online retailer's own shopping holiday, Prime Day, has them both beat, the company said Wednesday. [Read entire story]

Defense Taps SJ Firm to Develop Brain-Powered Computer

A South Bay tech company has been tapped by the Department of Defense to lead the charge in developing a brain-powered computer. Paradomics Inc., a San Jose-based cmpany is one of six companies to be awarded millions of [Read entire story]

Tech Company Helps Pentagon Track N. Korea’s Missile Program

The Pentagon is turning to a small satellite company in Silicon Valley to help keep a crucial watchful eye on North Korea's missile program. Robert Handa reports. [Read entire story]

Tech Company Helps Pentagon Track N. Korea’s Missile Program

Tech Company Helps Pentagon Track N. Korea's Missile Program

The Pentagon is turning to a small satellite company in Silicon Valley to help keep a crucial watchful eye on North Korea's missile program. Robert Handa reports. [Read entire story]

Qualcomm Seeks to Ban iPhone Imports, Sales

Qualcomm Seeks to Ban iPhone Imports, Sales

Chipmaker Qualcomm is asking U.S. trade regulators to ban iPhone imports, according to a new lawsuit.Apple has allegedly infringed on six of Qualcomm's patents that improve iPhone battery life, according to Qualcomm. Now [Read entire story]

Microsoft Plans to Cut Up to 3K Jobs in Sales Staff Overhaul

Microsoft is planning a restructuring Wednesday that will include thousands of layoffs, largely in the sales department, CNBC reported.Most of the cuts will be in jobs located outside of the United States, and the cuts [Read entire story]

At 10, the iPhone Is Still Changing Everything: Analysis

It's been 10 years since Apple launched the iPhone, puzzling critics with its all-glass screen without a raised keyboard.Today, the first model seems tiny and and low-powered, NBC News reports, but at the time we didn't [Read entire story]

Happy Birthday, iPhone!

Thursday, June 29, marks the 10-year anniversary for the Apple iPhone. Since 2007, Apple has sold over a billion iPhones and changed the way we communicate through features like Facetime and HD cameras. [Read entire story]

Group Sues Uber Over Lack of Wheelchair Access

A Washington, D.C.-based civil rights group has filed a lawsuit against Uber under the American with Disabilities Act —which prohibits discrimination against those with disabilities— alleging that the ride-hailing [Read entire story]

Victims Still Paying Hackers After Ransomware Email Blocked

The email address behind a ransomware attack spreading across the world has been blocked, leaving victims no way to receive unlocking codes for their files even if they pay the hackers, NBC News reported.The Posteo [Read entire story]

Families Ditch Traditional Homes For #VanLife

For some families, it means saving money, while others said it gives them the freedom to travel whenever they want. These families explain why they choose to convert their vans for full-time living: Photo Credit: Ben and [Read entire story]

Families Ditch Traditional Homes For #VanLife

For some families, it means saving money, while others said it gives them the freedom to travel whenever they want. These families explain why they choose to convert their vans for full-time living: Photo Credit: Ben and [Read entire story]