California Bill Looks To Preserve Net-Neutrality RulesA San Francisco state senator has introduced legislation that looks to maintain net-neutrality rules recently scuttled by the Federal Communications Commission.
Kids Use Tech So Much They Can't Hold A Pencil Anymore, Doctors Saya group of doctors is now saying young children in the digital generation can't even hold a pen or pencil anymore.
Apple Cooperating With Fed Probe Of Old iPhone SlowdownApple is cooperating with U.S. government inquiries into its secret slowdown of older iPhones, further complicating its efforts to move past an issue that irked customers whose devices bogged down.
San Francisco Startup's Fertility-Tracking Bracelet Helps Would-Be Moms ConceiveA popular wrist-worn device to help women get pregnant is gaining fame as a sort of "Fitbit for fertility."
Safety Technology On SMART Trains Could Have Prevented Amtrak DisasterThe Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit or SMART Train is the first commuter rail system in the country to be built with Positive Train Control, a type of technology that can automatically stop a train before a crash.
Uber: No Evidence Hackers Took Rider Credit Card Numbers An outside cyber security firm hired by Uber after a massive data theft found no evidence that rider credit card, bank account or Social Security numbers were downloaded by two hackers.
Silicon Valley Tech Firms Hiring Models For Holiday Parties Glitz has always been a trademark of the holiday parties this time of year in Silicon Valley.
Google's Phones and Other Gadgets Have Had a Bumpy RideGoogle is re-learning an old adage in the technology business: Hardware is hard.
Workers Waste Hours On The Job On Their SmartphonesEmployees spend one hour and a half each day doing personal tasks at work -- almost an hour is on a smartphone, according to a new survey.
Defense Department Creates Program To Tap Silicon Valley TalentFrom drones to artificial intelligence, commercial technology is racing ahead of what the U.S. military has to offer. Now the Pentagon is turning to Silicon Valley for help.
Crowd Mobs Apple CEO Cook As iPhone X Sales BeginIt had all the fervor of a circus tent revival meeting. Apple CEO Tim Cook opened the doors to his company's flagship Palo Alto store Friday to customers waiting to buy new iPhone X.
Apple Dumps Engineer After His Daughter's iPhone X Video Goes ViralApple reportedly fired an engineer after his daughter posted a hands-on video with the as-yet-unreleased iPhone X to her YouTube channel.

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