(Dai Sugano)
Quinn: What women in tech do to thrive

The stats aren't good for women staying in their tech careers over the long term. But some do stay and thrive. At key moments, these women face a choice -- stick with what they are doing, or step out of their comfort zone?  
As technology users, there are things we can do to help the enviornoment -- even very little things, when multiplied by millions of people, can have a big impact.
 
 
 
REVIEWS & TIPS
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Review: Amazon Fire TV has promise, but needs better game options

The system is off to a promising start, but its lack of original games and clear options is a drawback so far. 
EAST BAY
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Record Store Day: Vinyl is making a comeback

Meanwhile, the Oakland Museum of California opens an exhibit devoted to vinyl records on April 19. 
SPOTLIGHT
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Rocket Man: The otherworldly ambitions of Elon Musk

With SpaceX, the advanced rocket company he founded outside of Los Angeles in 2002, billionaire and Tesla CEO Elon Musk hopes to employ recyclable rockets to save humanity from itself, blasting astronauts into outer space to one day build settlements on Mars. 
Tech stocks have taken a big tumble recently, and it soon may become a buyers market.  
 
There's a chance now for the middle class to feel like movie stars. Or for a movie star to feel like a movie star away from home. In the past few years, some of the biggest car rental companies have added the finest cars money can buy to their fleets. Alongside the practical Toyotas and Fords are Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Bentleys, Aston Martins and Teslas, to name a few.  
 
 
 
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Ryan Seacrest leaving 'American Idol?'

Report says the “Idol” host stepping down after current season.