During his career, Hurd ran both Oracle and computer and printer maker Hewlett-Packard. Hurd joined Oracle as co-president in 2010 a month after leaving HP. He resigned from HP following accusations of sexual harassment by a female contract worker.
The first Walgreens drone delivery customers ordered cough and cold medicine. A Wing drone also delivered a FedEx package from Dick's Sporting Goods to another family in town.
San Francisco-based Uber announced on Monday they plan on laying off 350 employees.
Facebook has agreed to pay $40 million to advertisers who said it inflated the amount of time its users watched videos.
Two UC Berkeley students say their concern over divisive, political propaganda on social media has motivated them to create a way to help users identify Twitter accounts run by automated programs or bots.
A cyberattack was global in nature as hackers targeted several different victims throughout the world. Peter Young, a professor at San Jose State University, spoke to KTVU FOX 2 News at 4P about the cyber hack.
Amy Graff of the SF Chronicle spoke to the Mornings at 9A show about a new study that shows that early screen time for very young children can impact their learning.
A federal appeals court has ruled that it will not hear a challenge to overturn the FCC's rules on Internet neutrality. Ryan Eldridge, one of the founders of Nerds on Call, spoke to KTVU FOX 2 News @ 4P about the issue.
Ryan Eldridge, co-founder of Nerds on Call Computer Repair, talks about the Facebook Developers' Conference and what may come from it.
Apple has received a permit for autonomous car testing on California streets. Tom Vacar reports.
UC Hastings law professor David Levine discusses social media and how it's being used to broadcast crimes in action.
A new group called 'Tech Stands Up' held its first rally on Tuesday in Palo Alto to get tech workers to become more politically active.
KTVU' Maureen Naylor reports from Stanford where the idea for Snapchat was born. The company soared more than 40 percent on its first day of trading.
St. Francis High School stands to make millions thanks to an investment in the company behind Snap Chat. Jesse Gary reports.
KTVU anchor Ken Wayne looks at good cyber hackers who are helping shore up defenses against malevolent hack attacks.
The smartphone has now reached a milestone, 10 years after it revolutionized the mobile phone industry. Ryan Eldridge, co-founder of Nerds on Call Computer Repair, was on FOX 2 News @ 4 to talk about how the device has changed the game.
The ride share company said it is halting its pilot that saw autonomous cars operating on San Francisco streets. Tom Vacar reports.
Stanford researcher Sarah Cotcamp McGrew spoke to KTVU News @ 4P about a new study that found that a majority of young students were unable to determine the difference between fake news and real news.
Adam Schrader spoke to KTVU News @ 4P about fake news and how it is impacting Facebook users.
Twitter has taken action to stop posts by some fringe groups. Ryan Eldridge, co-founder of Nerds on Call Computer Repair, spoke to KTVU News @ 4P about the developments.