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College reunion! 'Felicity' cast talks Ben vs. Noel — and that controversial haircut

Seventeen years after Felicity Porter left Palo Alto for the fictional University of New York, the stars of "Felicity" reunited to talk about the love triangle that divided viewers for all four seasons.

Apple Claims YiSpecter Malware Was Addressed In iOS 8.4

Yesterday we reported that according to security researchers Palo Alto Networks, an iOS malware dubbed YiSpecter was discovered. Based on what was described, which was a malware that could infect both jailbroken and non-jailbroken devices, it sounded like quite a threat. Show More Summary

I tested Tesla's 'Ludicrous' Model S in the Palo Alto mountains

Having just come off the debut of the Tesla Model X, I didn't think that driving the Model S could even compare to the high-riding, $142,000 SUV. How wrong I was. When I returned the Tesla headquarters the next morning, I was tossedShow More Summary

Apple Responds to YiSpecter Malware, Says Fix Was Implemented in iOS 8.4

Over the weekend, security site Palo Alto Networks detailed a new iOS malware that's able to infect non-jailbroken Apple devices using enterprise certificates and private APIs. It originated in Taiwan and China and was installed through...Show More Summary

Newly discovered YiSpecter malware affecting iPhone and iPad in Asia

iPhone and iPad in both China and Taiwan have been found to be vulnerable to newly discovered malware. The malicious software – referred to as YiSpecter – was spotted by Palo Alto Networks, who states that the infection may originate from a China-based advertising company. Show More Summary

New Malware Called YiSpecter Is Attacking iOS Devices in China And Taiwan

Cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks has identified new malware, which it calls YiSpecter, that infects iOS devices by abusing private APIs. Most affected users live in China and Taiwan. Read More

The Robot Wants to Welcome You in, but First It Needs to Get Your Attention

"Hi," said the robot, shifting about on the sidewalk of Palo Alto's University Avenue. The robot's 10-inch screen displayed a smiling man. He waved, and the robot scooted forward. "Come on in!"

Second Palo Alto Library Closed For Bed Bugs

Topic: Libraries Another library is closed because of a bed bugs - this time it's the Rinconada Library in Palo Alto, the second library in this city affected in the last few weeks, and at least the third library in the Bay Area to host the tiny pests. From Second Palo Alto Library Closed For Bed Bugs | NBC Bay Area Tweet

How to watch Arizona vs. Stanford on TV or online, plus 3 things to know

Wildcats have to pick themselves off the mat and head to The Farm to take on Stanford. Arizona doesn't have time to wallow in last week's beating at the hands of UCLA. The Wildcats (3-1, 0-1 PAC-12) must hit the road to Palo Alto this...Show More Summary

Tesla lags behind 2015 sales target despite strong quarter

Tesla Motors said it delivered a record 11,580 cars to its customers during the third quarter of this year but remains off the pace needed to hit its annual target. Elon Musk, chief executive of the Palo Alto electric-car maker, told investors it expects to deliver between 50,000 and 55,000 cars...

How I've Improved My Leadership Skills Based on Employee Feedback

Peter Daisyme is the co-founder of Palo Alto, California-based Hosting Inc, a hosting company specializing in helping businesses with hosting their website for free, for life.  The only way to really know how you're doing as a business leader is to ask others on your team. Show More Summary

Three for the Road: Palo Alto, Guerneville, and Carlsbad

While Silicon Valley bro-grammers and fresh-faced college students may buzz around the Apple Store or latest trendy restaurant, those who appreciate the old as well as the new will find downtown Palo Alto’s vintage charms worth exploring. Hotel...Show More Summary

CA: Controversial El Camino Bus Plan Runs Into Roadblock

Oct. 01--The controversial plan to take two lanes away from drivers on El Camino Real and reserve them for high-speed buses from Santa Clara to Palo Alto has run into its first major roadblock. A Valley Transportation Authority advisory co

Why real dads drive Teslas

Here are seven reasons the Model X may now be the best family car on the road, and why we still won't be buying one. ||| Palo Alto - After years of delays, Tesla has finally handed over the first run of the Model X, an all-electric SUV with a range of more than 250 miles per charge. Show More Summary

HealthTap unveils Compass, an enterprise app to help employees manage their healthcare

Palo Alto, Calif.-based HealthTap is expanding beyond the consumer space with the launch of a health management platform aimed right at employers. The aim is to offer employees the convenience of finding the right healthcare professional that is within their insurance plan with as little pain as possible (no pun intended). The first enterprise company […]

Jaunt’s CEO on its $65M funding and the humanity-advancing mainstream future of virtual reality

EXCLUSIVE: Jaunt is hoping to make VR that everyone will experience. Earlier this week, the Palo Alto, Calif.-based company — which was founded in 2013 and is a developer of virtual reality hardware, software, tools, and applications —  announced a $65 million series C round of funding, with The Walt Disney Company, Evolution Media Partners, and China […]

After Uber's Move, Will Oakland Become A Tech Hub?

Uber's move may establish Oakland as a tech destination, compared to boring Palo Alto and over-priced San Francisco.

Palo Alto Library-Goers Freak Out Over Bedbug Infestation

Some patrons of Palo Alto's public library are scratching themselves silly, after reports of bedbug sightings at a local branch have them worried they got a side dish of "parasite" when they checked out their books. [ more › ]

New Report Of Malicious Chinese Cyber Attack On A U.S. Government Agency

A new report Wednesday, from Palo Alto Networks, discloses previously unreported Chinese cyber attack on a U.S. government agency. The attack report comes amidst tense U.S.-China discussions over cyber security.

Apple will host Xcode on Chinese servers following malware attack

Apple's developer software Xcode will soon be available to Chinese developers. First spotted by Apple Insider, this news comes on the heels of a malware attack on apps in the App Store. Last week, security researchers at Palo Alto Networks discovered the infected apps and publicized an analysis report detailing the malware's spread and impact. Show More Summary

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