Campus police at the University of California at Berkeley are investigating a burglary that occurred at the school last week, involving 9 offices that had been broken into.
Most high school students would rather spend their summer vacations far away from the classroom. But Jefferson Award winners Vineet Kosaraju and Nikhil Cheerla are choosing to go back to school, and this time they are the teachers.
Jill Schlesinger has tips for snagging a high demand STEM job.
FCC Looking To Close Digital Divide: 21 Percent Of Californians Either Have No Internet Or Still Use Dial Up
California is slowly closing the digital divide, but a new survey shows millions of Californians still rely on dial-up Internet service or aren’t online at all. The federal government is looking to change that.
The computer glitch in the safety system that forced the cancellation of the opening of the new Doyle Drive tunnels last week has been fixed.
Intel has pledged $5 million over the next five years to create a pilot project Oakland schools that will produce hundreds of computer scientists.
Starbucks locations in the Bay Area and throughout the United States and Canada were impacted by a computer glitch that lasted for several hours on Friday.
One in ten elementary and middle school students are learning how to code, and thousands of instructors are learning how to teach programming, because of twin brothers with a single vision.
This summer, Google is unveiling a full computer that will cost less than $100. It looks like a memory stick or maybe a high-tech highlighter, but it’s actually a full-fledged quad core processor computer with 16 gig hard drive and 2 gigs of ram. Just plug it into any TV with an HDMI port available.
While he is excited about new technological advances at Apple, including a new smartwatch and a rumored driverless car, company co-founder Steve Wozniak said he is worried about artificial intelligence and the possibility of computers taking over humanity.