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Silicon Valley Comic Con ExpandsVIDEO: The first day of the Silicon Valley Comic Con wrapped up Friday evening with thousands of fans and a long list of celebrities giving the event the thumbs-up. Maria Medina reports.
Social Media Scams Get More SophisticatedHigh-tech crooks are moving beyond traditional social media scams like creating fake profiles with a friend's name, turning to a multi-pronged approach that may catch some by surprise.
Pioneering Computer Scientist Harry Huskey Dies At 101One of the last surviving members of the team that created the pioneering ENIAC computer in the 1940s has died.
Anita Hill, Ellen Pao Speak About Battles Against Sexual HarassmentFor the first time, they took the stage together at a special event hosted by the Kapor Center for Social Impact.
Silicon Valley's Public Sector Competes With Tech Giants For WorkersSanta Clara County's government is having trouble finding the tech workers it needs.
Credit Card Usage Booms, Even For The Smallest Of PurchasesFor years, cash was king and credit cards were primarily used for big ticket items, but that has changed.
Silicon Valley Surprise: $400 Juicer Outperformed By Human SqueezingMajor Silicon Valley investment firms reportedly poured millions into a high-priced juicing machine that may not be worth its high price tag.
Giant Asteroid Zooms Relatively Close To EarthA giant asteroid measuring about 2,000 feet across is passing by the Earth at a safe distance on Wednesday, according to NASA.
Lawsuit Claims Snapchat CEO Said App Is 'Only For Rich People'Snapchat incurred the wrath of users around the world after an unsealed lawsuit revealed its CEO saying the app was only for the rich.
Zuckerberg Offers Condolences After Killing Posted On FacebookCEO Mark Zuckerberg says his thoughts are with the family of a retiree shot to death in an apparently random Cleveland attack that was recorded and posted on Facebook.
Police: Man Sought In Cleveland Facebook Killing Is DeadPennsylvania State Police say the suspect in the random killing of a Cleveland retiree posted on Facebook has shot and killed himself after a brief pursuit.
New Push In Oakland To Ban Flavored Tobacco Products The City councilwoman from Oakland who spearheaded the city's soda tax it taking aim at flavored tobacco and vaping products she says are getting kids hooked on a bad habit.

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