( Karl Mondon )
Bay's housing squeeze: Millennials hurt the worst

Nearly 75 percent of Bay Area millennials anticipate moving away from their current homes or apartments in the next five years. But only 24 percent expect that they will be able to afford the home or apartment they desire. Those numbers sat at the heart of a public conversation on the region's housing crunch, presented Tuesday in San Jose by the Urban Land Institute Silicon Valley. 
A part of the president's $19 billion cybersecurity action plan announced Tuesday means new business for Silicon Valley.  
 
 
REVIEWS & TIPS
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Wolverton: Tech underlying Bitcoin may take off

Enthusiasts say blockchain technology -- the virtual ledger system that records all Bitcoin transactions -- could have as big an impact as the protocols used to send Web pages or email.  
EAST BAY
(Doug Duran/Staff)
Experts: Oakland is a growing tech hub

More entrepreneurs are finding hospitable havens in Oakland to launch, expand and nurture high-tech companies, but work is needed to keep those companies in the East Bay' largest city, according to experts who gathered in downtown Oakland on Tuesday. 
SPOTLIGHT
( JOHN GREEN )
New museum app: like GPS, only indoors

The de Young Museum in San Francisco has launched a new app that uses the latest indoor mapping technology to take you by the hand, in a virtual sense, guiding you toward that favorite painting or installation. Just like GPS, only indoors, it's the first app to use Apple's indoor positioning with core location technology.  
( T. Charles Erickson )
Review: 'Satchmo' goes behind Louis Armstrong's happy facade

The solo show 'Satchmo' by Terry Teachout depicts jazz legend Louis Armstrong reflecting on his bittersweet life and music; it plays at American Conservatory Theater through Feb. 7