Oakland-based Ask.com compiled a list of the most sought-after entertainment searches of this year, and there’s a couple of surprises…
Scientists at Nissan’s new research facility in Sunnyvale are working to put affordable driver-less cars on U.S. roadways.
A Silicon Valley project called, The Last Mile, sets up a group of volunteers with select inmates from San Quentin State Prison to prepare them to join the workforce in tech jobs once they are released.
The House of Representatives was expected to vote next week on a bill dubbed “The Innovation Act”, a bipartisan piece of legislation designed to curtail abusive patent litigation by so-called patent trolls.
Crime is at five-year high in San Francisco and according to police, the increase of smartphone robberies is largely responsible.
Our technology expert says prices of unlocked phones are coming down and that they offer the consumer more flexibility to shop for different packages from cell phone carriers.
After receiving approval from the Cupertino City Council, construction crews aren’t wasting any time demolishing dozens of buildings to make way for Apple’s so-called “Spaceship” campus.
For this holiday shopping list, I’m skippping smartphones, computers, cameras and a host of other technologies that have either become utterly routine or obsolete. Instead, let’s get a quick look of what I would think of this year when I think great tech that will delight as well as surprise.
If you’ve ever wished your GPS had a sense of humor, Palo Alto company Waze and comedian Kevin Hart has a solution…
If you’re venturing out online for some of your holiday shopping, beware. Danger lurks for those who are not careful when it comes to making online purchases with a credit card.