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Apple iPad 2

iPhone, iPad Tracking User Movements

Privacy watchdogs are demanding answers from Apple about why iPhones and iPads are collecting location data about their users.

CBS San Francisco–04/21/2011

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Phil Matier: San Francisco Worried About Computer Crash In An Emergency

The head of San Francisco’s Division of Emergency Services is asking for a full report on an incident last New Year’s Eve during which the department’s computer crashed as a North Beach apartment building burned, leaving 48 people homeless.


Apple iPad 2

Tablet Allure Still Hurting PC Sales

Last year, the popularity of Apple Inc.’s iPad hurt PC sales. That trend is continuing, as new data from two market research firms indicate PC shipments declined in the first three months of 2011.

CBS San Francisco–04/13/2011


Intel Moves Into Tablet Computer Market

Intel Corp. has launched a new chip for tablet computers, as the world’s most powerful semiconductor company aims to elbow its way into the market for mobile chips.

CBS San Francisco–04/11/2011

Apple iPad 2

Tech Watch: Can Anyone Compete With The iPad?

Apple still remains king of the hill when it comes to tablets. Sales figures show that Motorola Mobility has sold 100,000 Xoom’s, which was one of the first serious challengers to the iPad. In comparison, Apple sold 300,000 iPad’s on its day of release.


Wireless components manufactured by Unigen. (Unigen Corp.)

Masked Robbers Steal Components From Fremont High-Tech Firm

A group of about 15 armed robbers raided a high-tech company in Fremont, tying up employees and stealing computer components.

KPIX 5–03/01/2011

Hewlett-Packard Headquarters in Palo Alto. (file photo)

HP’s Revenue Growth Not As Robust As Expected

Hewlett-Packard’s earnings jumped 16 percent as the company benefited from expanded efforts to sell technology to businesses. But its revenue growth fell short of Wall Street’s targets, raising questions about the momentum of the company’s massive transformation.

CBS San Francisco–02/22/2011


Wells Fargo To Help Replace Stolen Belmont School Computers

Two days after school officials in Belmont discovered that more than $50,000 of equipment went missing from Carlmont High School over the holiday weekend, Wells Fargo announced it would donate $5,000 to help replace the stolen equipment.

CBS San Francisco–12/01/2010

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$50,000 In Computers, iPods Stolen From Belmont School

Police in Belmont are reviewing video footage from security cameras at Carlmont High School where suspects broke into a classroom during the holiday weekend and stole thousands of dollars worth of equipment.

CBS San Francisco–11/30/2010

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Rare Apple I Computer Sells For $210,000 In London

Its processor works 1,000 times slower than the Apple iPad, but the first ever Apple computer has sold for 425 times the price.

CBS San Francisco–11/23/2010