All the latest from Tech

Samsung Unveils Successor To Troubled Galaxy Note 7 SmartphoneSamsung is trying to move past last year's disastrous Galaxy Note 7 launch with a successor sporting a dual-lens camera, animated messages, expanded note-taking - and lower battery capacity.
Walmart, Google Join Forces On Voice-Activated ShoppingThe world's largest retailer said it's working with Google to offer hundreds of thousands of items for voice shopping through Google Assistant.
Ex-CIA Agent Wants To Buy Twitter To Kick Trump OffFormer undercover CIA agent Valerie Plame Wilson is looking to crowdfund enough money to buy Twitter so President Donald Trump can't use it.
Treasury Secretary's Wife Apologizes For Instagram Spat, Wealth BraggingLouise Linton, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's wife, has issued an apology after setting social media abuzz with her Instagram couture hashtags and condescension toward another user Monday.
Verizon Hikes Prices, Cuts Video Quality On Unlimited PlansVerizon is raising the price of its unlimited plan while introducing a slightly cheaper, more limited version as wireless carriers battle each other for customers.
GE's Immelt Among Finalists To Lead Uber, AP Sources SayFormer General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt is among the finalists being considered to run ride-hailing company Uber, two people briefed on the search said Monday.
Trump Signs Bipartisan Bill For Faster DNA Testing To Solve CrimesPresident Donald Trump has signed legislation aimed at helping law enforcement agencies perform real-time DNA testing to speed up justice.
San Francisco's Fog Fails To Deter Crowds Watching EclipseThe city’s familiar fog was not enough to deter hundreds of San Francisco residents from stepping outside Monday morning for a glimpse of a rare solar eclipse.
JetSuiteX Launches Charter Flights From San Jose To BurbankJetSuiteX, the air carrier that offers private charter air travel at "not so private fares," will launch service between San Jose and Burbank.
Moon Blots Out Sun In Historic Coast-To-Coast EclipseMillions of Americans gazed in wonder through telescopes, cameras and disposable protective glasses Monday as the moon blotted out the sun in the first full-blown solar eclipse to sweep the U.S. from coast to coast in nearly a century.
Millions Of Americans Stake Out Viewing Spots For EclipseWith 200 million people within a day's drive of Monday's path of totality, towns and parks braced for monumental crowds.
Eve of Eclipse: Millions Converge Across U.S. to See the Sun Go DarkMillions converged on a narrow corridor stretching from Oregon to South Carolina to watch the moon blot out the midday sun on Monday.

More From CBS San Francisco

Get The New CBS SF Bay Area Local App
Got Our Weather App?
Listen to Radio.com Anywhere, Anytime!

Watch & Listen LIVE