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Flyers In San Francisco's Chinatown Go After Airbnb RentersThe fight over affordable housing in the Bay Area is now taking aim at people renting homes through Airbnb.
Carmakers Join Forces To Fight Auto HackingLeaders in the automotive industry are getting serious about cybersecurity and how to prevent cars from being hacked, by joining forces.
WikiLeaks' DNC Email Leak Reveals Off The Record Media CorrespondenceWikiLeaks released over 20,000 emails allegedly sent from the accounts of DNC officials, including some off the record media correspondence.
Southwest Cancels More Flights At Bay Area Airports Over GlitchSouthwest Airlines has canceled hundreds more flights Friday as the company works to restore service after a technology glitch Wednesday that affected flights in Bay Area airports.
Desperately Seeking Drivers, Uber And Lyft Offer Questionable Car OptionsNo car? No problem for ride sharing companies like Uber and Lyft. But critics say drivers are paying high and even predatory prices on rentals, leases and financing deals aimed at getting more drivers on the road.
Netflix' 'Luke Cage' & 'Iron Fist' Footage Knocks Out Comic-ConNetflix took its inaugural stab at Comic-Con by unveiling the first footage from the Marvel comic book adaptations of "Luke Cage" and "Iron First"...
Athletes On First-Ever Olympic Refugee Team Land Corporate SponsorTen elite athletes fleeing war and instability in Syria, South Sudan, Ethiopia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, comprise the world's first-ever Refugee Olympic Team and just landed a corporate sponsor.
Highway 4 Cameras Catch 4 Stolen Cars In 1st Week Of RecordingMore than a dozen cameras set up along Highway 4 in the East Bay to monitor crime are already paying off for police in the first week.
Stanford Student Develops Robot Lawyer To Beat Parking TicketsOn crowded city streets, few things are more hated than parking tickets. That has made 19-year-old Joshua Browder a bit of a hero to thousands of drivers.
'Kickass Torrents' Owner Charged With Illegally Distributing Millions Of Movies, TV ShowsU.S. prosecutors say the owner of one of the world’s largest file-sharing sites, Kickass Torrents, has been charged with illegally distributing millions of copies of movies, music, video games and TV shows.
Car Sharing Growing More Popular With City Dwellers, Research ShowsWhile not everyone is ready to stick a for sale sign in the window of their car, new research out of UC Berkeley reveals car sharing services are starting to win over city dwellers.
Palo Alto's Theranos Labs Gets New Boss After CEO Banned From Running Medical LabPalo Alto based Theranos Inc. named a new vice president in charge of regulatory issues and a new chief compliance officer.

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