• Wolverton: First look at Apple's Watch - 04/25/2015 11:00 AM PDT
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    (Karl Mondon)
    Automakers rev up innovation in the Bay Area

    Car companies ranging from General Motors to Mercedes have set up shop in the nation's hotbed of technology and innovation for a dose of inspiration -- and a little wheeling and dealing -- as they hash out how their vehicles will connect to the Internet, interact with users and drive themselves safely.
     
    Laura A. Oda
    New startups, like their forefathers from the dot-com boom, are reinventing the workplace even as they fight for survival. But some key differences are apparent.  
     
     
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    (Eric Risberg/AP photo)
    Wolverton: New MacBook too thin for comfort

    Apple's MacBook is amazingly thin and light, but those advantages aren't worth the trade-offs, which make the new laptop impractical and uncomfortable to use. 
    EAST BAY
    (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)
    Nextdoor's Sarah Leary, on making neighbors

    Sarah Leary, co-founder of Nextdoor, has built a social media site for neighbors to get to know each other. 
    SPOTLIGHT
    2015 SV150: Searchable database

    Silicon Valley's top public tech companies ranked, in everything from sales to taxes paid. 
    04/25/2015 06:09 PM PDT - More than 100 exhibitors and their booths filled Memorial Park's grassy expanse while young and older musicians performed on violins, drums and other instruments. Meanwhile, dancers in costumes put in an energetic performance.  
     
    Laura A. Oda
    04/26/2015 11:09 AM PDT - New startups, like their forefathers from the dot-com boom, are reinventing the workplace even as they fight for survival. But some key differences are apparent.  
     
  • Wolverton: First look at Apple's Watch - 04/25/2015 11:00 AM PDT
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