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Google To Run Completely Off Renewable Energy In 2017Google is making a 100 percent commitment to green energy in 2017, making it the number one purchaser of renewable energy in the U.S.
Supreme Court Sides With Samsung In iPhone Patent Dispute With AppleThe Supreme Court unanimously sided with smartphone maker Samsung on Tuesday in its high-profile patent dispute with Apple over design of the iPhone.
Alaska Airlines Gets Approval To Buy Virgin AmericaAlaska Airlines has won government approval to buy rival Virgin America after agreeing to reduce its flight-selling partnership with American Airlines.
Amazon Testing Checkout Free StoresCalled Amazon Go, shoppers scan their Amazon app when they enter the store, and then sensors register items that shoppers pick up and automatically charge them to the Amazon app...
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube And Microsoft Team Up To Fight TerrorismTechnology companies are teaming up to identify and remove online terrorist content, but how they define terrorist content remains unclear.
Converted Warehouses Lifeblood Of Oakland Art SceneMayor Libby Schaaf has vowed to come up with a plan to preserve and protect artist live/work spaces in Oakland in the wake of the deadly Ghost Ship fire.
Virgin Galactic's New Spaceship Makes 1st Glide Flight Over Mojave DesertVirgin Galactic's new spaceship has completed its first glide flight.
Easement Denied For Dakota Access Oil Pipeline By Army Corps Of EngineersThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it won’t grant an easement for the Dakota Access oil pipeline in southern North Dakota.
New Uniforms Leave American Airlines Employees Itching For ReliefAbout 1,600 American Airlines employees complained they were getting headaches and rashes from the wool fabric.
Paris Officials Object To Naming Street After Steve JobsOfficials in Paris, France are reportedly objecting to naming a street after late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, citing the Cupertino-based tech giant's practices.
Palo Alto Commission Encourages Construction Of In-Law UnitsThe Palo Alto Planning and Transportation Commission is supporting Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs), more commonly known as in-law or granny units.
Dungeness Crab Season To Open Between Point Reyes, Salt PointA 50-mile section of coastal waters off the North Bay will open to commercial crab fishing on Saturday.

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