iPhone Warning: Don’t Set Your Phone Back To 1970An image circulating online that tells iPhone users to change their device’s date to 1970 could make your device completely unusable.
California Commercial Dungeness Crab Season Could Start Next WeekState officials opened the central coast of California to recreational Dungeness crab season on Thursday and commercial season could open as soon as late next week.
Marin County Company Selling New Coffee For $15 A Cup, $140 Per PoundA Bay Area based coffee company has introduced a new type of limited-harvest variety of bean that is selling for $15 per cup and a whopping $140 per pound.
Virtually Every Home In South Bay Real Estate Market OccupiedA new report finds the real estate market in the South Bay has the lowest residential vacancy rate in the United States.
French Court Rules Facebook Can Be Sued In Nude Painting CaseFacebook lost a crucial legal battle Friday as a Paris court ruled the social network can be sued in France over its decision to remove the account of a French user who posted a photo of a famous 19th-century nude painting.
Visa Buys Nearly 10 Percent Stake In SquareVisa is now a major shareholder in Square, the Bay Area-based mobile payment services company co-founded and led by Jack Dorsey.
Uber Agrees To Pay $28.5 Million Settlement To 25 Million RidersUber has agreed to pay a $28.5 million settlement to roughly 25 million Uber riders in response to two class action lawsuits over the company's collection of a questionable "safe ride fee."
Flights Across The Atlantic May Take Longer, Cost More Thanks To Climate ChangeIt may soon take you longer and cost you more to fly across the Atlantic, thanks to climate change.
Petaluma Slaughterhouse Owner Gets Prison For Distributing Tainted MeatA co-owner of a Petaluma meat processing plant was sentenced to federal prison for conspiring to distribute adulterated, misbranded and un-inspected meat.
Bay Bridge Worker Says He Was Threatened With Hangman’s Noose On JobsiteA former Bay Bridge worker is suing a construction firm for racial discrimination, claiming co-workers threatened him with a hangman's noose and rope.
Congress Gives Final OK To Banning Local Internet Access TaxesCongress voted Thursday to permanently bar state and local governments from taxing access to the Internet, as lawmakers leapt at an election-year chance to demonstrate their opposition to imposing levies on online service.
As 'Force Awakens' Winds Down, 'Avatar' Remains Supreme"The Force Awakens" is still playing in more than 2,000 theaters in North America and remains ranked in the top-five at the box office as it enters its ninth week of release...