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10-26-21 Articles

Park It by Ned MacKay If you are looking for some not especially spooky Halloween-themed activities that you and your kids will enjoy, look no further than the East Bay Regional Parks, where the naturalists have scheduled several family-friendly activities. At Sunol...

10-19-21 Articles

Facebook expands harassment policy to protect public figures By David Klepper Associated Press Facebook will expand its policies on harassment to remove more harmful content, the company said on Oct. 13 in its latest change following congressional testimony from a...

10-12-21 Articles

2021 Jeep Wrangler 4xe: Jeep adds a plug Story and photos by Michael Coates Jeep has fashioned itself into the iconic brand that it is by embracing the tradition of a purpose-built vehicle. Its military origins demanded that it be capable of functioning in all types...

10-05-21 Articles

Facebook tech chief to step down By Barbara Ortutay Associated Press Technology Writer Facebook's Chief Technology Officer Mike Schroepfer is stepping down from the social media company, taking on a part-time role while longtime executive Andrew Bosworth will replace...

9-28-21 Articles

Electric boats making waves without the noise Sep 02 By John Marshall Associated Press The auto industry has raced ahead on an electric wave with more manufacturers joining the race seemingly every day. The boating industry has sputtered far behind, bogged down by...

9-21-21 Articles

No cashiers, please: Futuristic supermarket opens in Mideast By Isabel Debre, Associated Press DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP), September 6 – The Middle East on Monday got its first completely automated cashier-less store, as retail giant Carrefour rolled out its...