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Watch helicopter video showing the preparations underway today at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. Facebook employees will gather at their office compound after work tonight for an all-night hackathon.
How will the newly redesigned News Feed affect your Facebook experience, and what motivated the social-media giant to make the changes? Sumi Das talks to CNET's Donna Tam, who attended Thursday's event at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif.
Sun Microsystems' CEO Jonathan Schwartz showed off the company's new "Project Blackbox" in a Menlo Park, Calif., parking lot Tuesday. Sun says the gear is not only preassembled, but it's tough and arrives ready to run.
On June 7, Intel Research opened the doors of its headquarters in Santa Clara, Calif. The company showed off projects such as finding ways for wireless signals to reach their targets in crowded environments or reducing the power consumption of notebook PCs.
In a wide-ranging interview at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talks about the company's stock performance, its effect on employee morale, and the company's strategy to monetize mobile.
Willow Garage hosted an open house Wednesday evening to introduce the first round of PR2 robots being made available to researcher and developers. With a mission to accelerate the advancement of open-source robotics software and development, the Menlo Park, Calif., company has now awarded 11 institutions a chance to see what they can do with the PR2 robots.
Just like a sunflower turns its head toward the sun, smart and efficient solar panels must do the same for maximum energy absorption. CNET's Kara Tsuboi visits Qbotix in Menlo Park, Calif., where the company introduced a new robotic tracking system that mechanically pivots solar panels, saving energy and money.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg released this video statement outlining the company's new and "simple" privacy controls for the popular social-networking site.
Intel's top executives and founders gather with hundreds of employees at the company's Santa Clara, Calif., headquarters to celebrate 35 years in the chipmaking business.
Imagine a computer that can tell your next move. That's exactly what scientists at SRI Labs have developed in Menlo Park, Calif. CNET's Sumi Das visits the lab to give you a peek at the technology.