Elon Musk: Tesla Worker Admitted To SabotageTesla's attempt to ramp up Model 3 production may have hit a new stumbling block --- employee sabotage at its Fremont plant.
Hackers Steal $31 Million Worth Of South Korean Cryptocurrency BithumbCyberattacks from late Tuesday night to Wednesday morning led to the loss of 35 billion South Korean won worth of cryptocurrencies.
Cupertino City Council To Consider Business Tax Increase For November BallotThe Cupertino City Council on Tuesday evening will consider placing an increased business tax on the November ballot to fund city projects, including a new City Hall, library renovations and transit studies.
Verizon, AT&T To End Location Data Sales To BrokersVerizon and AT&T have pledged to stop providing information on phone owners' locations to data brokers, stepping back from a business practice that has drawn criticism for endangering privacy.
$4,000 A Minute Pours In To Help Reunite Separated Immigrant FamiliesIn less than four days, a California couple has raised more than $5 million -- and counting -- through Facebook to help reunite undocumented families that have been separated at the border.
Device To Trick Tesla Autopilot Banned From Sale In USAutopilot Buddy, a simple device designed to fool Tesla's Autopilot into thinking the drivers' hands are on the wheel, is unsafe, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Tuesday.
American CEOs Call Out Trump's 'Heartless, Cruel' Border PolicyCEOs have started to speak against the separation of children from their families at the US border.
Menlo Park High-End Jewelry Store First In World To Accept CryptocurrencyStephen Silver is known for selling rare, ultra-high end jewelry and watches. It is the first jewelry store in the world that accepts in cryptocurrency.
Amazon Shareholders Call For Halt Of Facial Recognition Sales To PoliceNearly 20 groups of Amazon shareholders are pressuring the tech company to stop selling facial recognition technology to law enforcement.

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Tesla Sues Ex-Employee Alleging Data Theft, Leaks To MediaThe suit was filed Wednesday, three days after CEO Elon Musk warned employees of sabotage from within the company.
Instagram Unveils New Video Service In Challenge To YouTubeFacebook's Instagram app is loosening its restraints on video in an attempt to lure younger viewers away from YouTube.
Report: San Mateo Co. Only Built 3,800 Homes While Adding 72K New JobsThe San Mateo Housing Leadership Council’s report says the data shows dire conditions for low-income workers who are forced to travel further to work in the county.
Elon Musk: Tesla Worker Admitted To SabotageTesla's attempt to ramp up Model 3 production may have hit a new stumbling block --- employee sabotage at its Fremont plant.
Hackers Steal $31 Million Worth Of South Korean Cryptocurrency BithumbCyberattacks from late Tuesday night to Wednesday morning led to the loss of 35 billion South Korean won worth of cryptocurrencies.
Seniors Fight To Get Much-Needed Medical Marijuana Delivered In Walnut CreekTuesday night the Walnut Creek city council unanimously approved a plan to allow two dispensaries to operate but there will be no storefronts, only deliveries.
Cupertino City Council To Consider Business Tax Increase For November BallotThe Cupertino City Council on Tuesday evening will consider placing an increased business tax on the November ballot to fund city projects, including a new City Hall, library renovations and transit studies.
Verizon, AT&T To End Location Data Sales To BrokersVerizon and AT&T have pledged to stop providing information on phone owners' locations to data brokers, stepping back from a business practice that has drawn criticism for endangering privacy.

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