Yahoo Says Hackers Stole Info From 500 Million AccountsYahoo says the personal information in 500 million accounts was stolen in a massive security breakdown.
Bay Area Woman Receives A Free Rolex From An eBay Scam ArtistA free Rolex arrived in the mail to a Bay Area woman, but it turns out to be part of an eBay scam.
Congress Grills CEO Over Massive EpiPen Price HikeOutraged Republican and Democratic lawmakers on Wednesday grilled the head of pharmaceutical company Mylan about the significant cost increase of its life-saving EpiPens.
TV Manufacturers Accused Of Gaming Energy Usage TestsAn environmental group on Wednesday accused three major TV manufacturers of misleading consumers and regulators about how much energy high-definition screens devour.
'Smart' Vibrator Maker Sued Over Data Privacy ConcernsA lawsuit against the company that makes a bluetooth enabled vibrator has sent ripples through the sex toy industry.
Samsung Replacements Available After Galaxy Note 7 Recalled For Fire RiskSamsung says new Galaxy Note 7 smartphones will be available in U.S. stores starting Wednesday to replace about 1 million devices recalled because their batteries can catch fire.
L.A. Refinery Shut Down By Power Outage, Raising Gas Price ConcernsSouthern California Edison is investigating the cause of a widespread power outage that forced the shutdown of a Los Angeles County refinery.
Comcast Launching Cellphone Service In 2017Comcast plans to launch a cellphone service roughly in the middle of next year and appears to be aiming it at areas of the country where it’s the cable provider.
Tomato-Loving Pest Could Destroy California CropTomatoes are abundant at many farmer’s markets at this time of the year, but a little pest could change that in the future.
GoPro Debuts New Karma Foldable Drone & More Action CamsThe San Mateo-based company announced the release of new additions to their line of HERO cameras and their first compact, foldable and easy to use drone...
Thousands Push For Veggie Burger Option At In-N-OutThousands are pushing for In-N-Out to add veggie patties to the menu,
Free Feasts For Silicon Valley Techies Means Famine For Surrounding RestaurantsFree lunches have become a staple in Silicon Valley. But while it’s a feast at tech offices, it’s a famine for the restaurant industry.

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