Microsoft's new Xbox One entertainment console seeks to deliver the Holy Grail of home entertainment. It lets you watch television, play movies, listen to music and browse the Internet as well as play video games. (May 22)
A San Francisco company is taking paperless to the next level, converting all conventional mail and sending it to your smartphone or tablet. (May 20)
Yahoo's acquisition of Tumblr will give the struggling Internet pioneer a much-needed boost to attract and retain younger users, says S&P Capital's Scott Kessler. (May 20)
A car crashed into a power pole in Fremont Sunday afternoon, causing live wires to come down onto the roadway and initially cutting off power to thousands of local residents. The crash was reported on Alvarado Boulevard between Interstate Highway 880 and Falcon Drive at about 2:30 p.m., according to ...
In a busy factory, machinists move sheets of aluminum roll in the back door to be molded, stamped, twisted and notched into high-tech electric cars that sell for more than $60,000 each. Down the road in another plant, crews slice solar cells, place them under glass sheets and create panels ...
Something very unique just popped up in Morgan Hill that will help wind be less of a ‘drag’ for cyclists, a wind tunnel. Wind can be a cyclists’ best friend and worst enemy, so Specialized Bikes built the wind tunnel at their headquarters to study it’s effects on bikes and ...
Something very unique just popped up in Morgan Hill that will help wind be less of a ‘drag’ for cyclists, a wind tunnel.
Biofuel researchers at UC Berkeley may keep the tobacco industry from going up in smoke. Scientists are engineering tobacco plants to produce oils that can serve as biofuels to power airplanes, cars, trucks and other machines. (May 17)
In this interconnected world, the next big thing may be a fully-wired house. With everything from door locks to coffee makers to pet feeders controllable from an app on your smart phone. The AP's Lee Powell enters the smart house. (May 16)
Scientists at the University of Illinois developed a miniature lens that "sees" like a bee. The panoramic view mimics Mother Nature's optical system for some insects. (May 15)