Within the next two years, McDonald’s USA said they will only buy and use chickens raised without human antibiotics.
Millions of people may have been left vulnerable to hackers while surfing the web on Apple and Google devices, thanks to a newly discovered security flaw known as “FREAK attack.”
Apple is agreeing to hire many of its security guards as full-time employees, giving them many of the same benefits that other Apple workers enjoy, like health insurance and retirement benefits.
A new app is helping businesses keep cash on hand, and letting customers earn bonuses by pre-paying for the products they need.
The popular dating app Tinder, often shrugged off as a hookup facilitator for twentysomethings, launched a premium addition that now charges based on the user’s age.
Google wants more people to get online so they can search around and click on its ads. And it’s shaking up the telecom world to do it. The company said Monday at the wireless show in Barcelona, Spain, that it will soon sell data plans for smartphones and tablets in the U.S. The announcement confirmed leaks and media reports in late January that Google planned to enter the telecom market.
A Silicon Valley startup wants you to think differently about the way you care for your mouth.
A company in Modesto that makes wine bottles is being sued by the state over claims of putting toxic materials into its glass.
Stanford Professor Noah Diffenbaugh says “there are a number of measures that suggest that the drought we’re in now is the worst on record.”
After only accepting American Express the last 16 years, the retailer is switching to Foster City-based card giant Visa and will use Citigroup as its exclusive provider of co-branded credit cards.