Cheesesteaks, French Fries To Power Philadelphia? New Partnership Turning Restaurant Grease Into Green EnergyLifecycle Renewables and Vicinity Energy will recycle more than one million gallons of restaurant waste each year.
Facebook Data From More Half A Billion Accounts Found On Hacker WebsitePersonal information from more than 500 million Facebook users has been found available on a website for hackers.
Mobile Myths: Can Charging Your Phone Overnight Harm Battery Health?Charging your cell phone overnight will damage the battery's health...or will it?
FDA Says Temperature Scanning Devices Used To Detect Coronavirus Are Not Always AccurateThe temperature-scanning devices used to check for coronavirus are not always accurate, the FDA says.
National Day Of Unplugging: Putting The Technology Down After A Difficult YearThe pandemic has caused us to spend a lot more time in front of our screens in the last year so Friday presents a day to unplug.
More Screen Time Linked To Binge Eating In Children, UC Study FindsThe ills of excessive screen time have been well-documented, but a recent study just identified another possible risk.
Doctor Shares Hidden Dangers Of iPhone 12 For People With PacemakersAccording to a new warning from doctors, there are two devices people depend on that should never be near each other.
Text Message Phishing Scam Poses As California DMV And Asks For REAL ID Information UpdateThe California DMV issued an alert this week about a text message phishing scam related to REAL ID compliance.
Underwater Cameras Capture Spectacular Lake Tahoe ‘Bubble Curtain’It is world-famous for its spectacular setting, and now people trying to protect Lake Tahoe’s beauty have added something new underwater to help keep it crystal clear: a "bubble curtain."
CBS13 Investigates Problems With 'My Turn' Vaccine Sign-Up ToolCounty health departments are reporting major problems with California's "My Turn" vaccine sign-up tool.
Sacramento Plastic Surgeon Appears In Virtual Traffic Court Video Call While Operating On PatientThe California Medical Board said it would investigate a plastic surgeon who appeared in a videoconference for a traffic violation trial while operating on a patient.