Technology & Computing

Scientists Create 'Prosthetic Memories' in Groundbreaking Brain ResearchPeople who have difficulty remembering things or making new memories because of a stroke, brain injury or illness may one day benefit from the amazing results of a new study that helps patients make new memories. Andria Borba reports. (5-14-18)
Tesla Faces New Questions Over Utah CrashAs the company faces questions over a deadly Bay Area crash involving a vehicle on Autopilot, investigators are determining if Autopilot was also involved a crash in Utah involving a fire truck. Sandra Osborne reports. (5/14/18)
Robots Star at TechCrunch Event on Cal CampusRobot waiters, robots that carry on conversations -- basically it was robots wherever you looked at a TechCrunch-sponsored event at UC Berkeley on Friday. Mary Lee reports. (5-11-18)

Financial News

Prices Going Up As Unemployment Hits Historic Lows In CaliforniaCalifornia's jobless rate is at it's lowest level in 40 years. The numbers are even better in the Bay Area. But as Devin Fehely reports, not everyone is benefiting form the boon.
SJ Considers Changes To Bidding Criteria On City Construction ProjectsIf San Jose goes through with a proposed plan, Devin Fehely reports that instead of awarding construction projects to 'the lowest reasonable bidder,’ they will go to the 'best value bidder.'
Mi Pueblo Markets Merge With Cardenas And Run By NY Investment Firm15 Bay Area Mi Pueblo markets were bought and renamed Cardenas. Len Ramirez reports. (2/17/18)

Consumer News

Dairy Processors Differ When Setting Milk Shelf LifeIs the date on that carton of milk in your refrigerator sell-by or best-by? As KPIX consumer reporter Julie Watts found out, there's no single, standard way to rate milk shelf life. (5-15-18)
Learn Secret Codes To Save Even More Money At CostcoIf you're a Costco shopper, you already know the great deals. Consumerwatch talked to a prosumer who says you may have you been walking past secret codes that could save you money?
ConsumerWatch: Keeping Your Cellphone Number PrivateIt's common to give out your cellphone number but you may want to keep it as private as your social security number, says KPIX consumer reporter Julie Watts. (5-10-18)

Cell Phones

ConsumerWatch: Keeping Your Cellphone Number PrivateIt's common to give out your cellphone number but you may want to keep it as private as your social security number, says KPIX consumer reporter Julie Watts. (5-10-18)
Bay Area High School Is Helping Students Ditch Cellphones In The ClassroomA high school in San Anselmo has students parking their cellphones upon entering the classroom. John Ramos reports. (4/24/18)
More Californians Texting While Driving Than EverA new study says people are not getting the message about texting and driving. Jackie Ward reports that some of the worst culprits are in California.

Internet

Golden State Killer Search Puts Focus on Genealogy WebsitesThe arrest of Joseph DeAngelo is raising questions about the power of DNA-matching web services. Maria Medina reports. (4-27-18)
Meet Alicia Jay, Creator Of 'Tall Swag'Black Renaissance's Roqui Theus gets style advice for women with the 'gift of height' from Alicia Jay, creator of the blog 'Tall Swag.'
Facebook Funds Campaign To Block Data Privacy Ballot MeasureFacebook contributed $200,000 to fight the California Consumer Privacy Act and has given millions more to legislators. Julie Watts reports. (3/28/18)

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