Uber Accused of Hacking, Wiretapping Rival Companies in Bombshell Letter Released by JudgeA former Uber security specialist accused the company of dispatching a team of spies to steal its rivals' trade secrets and using shady tactics to thwart its competition in the ride-hailing market.
Wealthy Silicon Valley Home Buyers Squeezed in Luxury Housing CrunchThe housing crunch in pricey Silicon Valley is not only hitting those who are barely scraping by. Even millionaires are not making money fast enough to keep up with the surging real estate market.
SpaceX Launches Used Rocket And Spacecraft For First Time EverSpaceX made another huge step toward becoming the space industry's king of reusable hardware.
Twitter Shares Soaring As Takeover Talk ResurfacesTwitter shares have surged more than 6% this week and are up nearly 40% this year.
AIM Officially Shuts Down, But Its Influence Lives OnAIM will officially shut down on Friday after 20 years in service, marking the end of an era for those who came of age in a time before Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat.
Facebook Worries It Might Be Bad For You, Adds A Mute ButtonFacebook is rolling out a new 30-day "mute" button for people, pages and groups, which it says will give users more control over what they see.
Silicon Valley Begins Battle To Restore Net Neutrality Following FCC RepealSanta Clara County announced its intention to file a lawsuit against the FCC's vote Thursday to repeal regulations for net neutrality.
California Health Officials Release Guidelines To Avoid Cellphone RadiationFor the first time ever, the California Department of Public Health is releasing guidelines about harmful cell phone radiation and how you can avoid it.
Eight Planets Found Orbiting Distant Star, NASA SaysFor the first time, eight planets have been found orbiting a distant star, Kepler-90, 2,545 light-years from Earth in the Draco constellation.
Bay Area Lawmaker To Introduce Bill Requiring Net Neutrality In CaliforniaCalifornia state senator Scott Wiener vowed Thursday to introduce a bill that would require net neutrality in California.
FCC Repeals Obama-Era Net Neutrality RulesThe Federal Communications Commission voted along party lines Thursday to undo sweeping Obama-era `net neutrality' rules that guaranteed equal access to internet.
As Net Neutrality Vote Nears, Some Brace For Long FightThe Thursday vote scheduled at the Federal Communications Commission could usher in big changes in how Americans use the internet.

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