Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is swinging through the Silicon Valley to meet with high-tech leaders and has signed a pro-business agreement with Gov. Jerry Brown.
A newly-launched peer-to-peer service aims to connect people who are desperate to find a decent bathroom with available places to go.
Facebook has agreed to pay the City of Menlo Park more than $200,000 a year over the next three years for a community safety police officer. The officer will work out of a new substation near the social networking giant’s headquarters and serve the surrounding neighborhood.
A San Francisco South of Market bar frequented by a high-tech crowd has banned patrons from wearing Google Glass while inside the establishment.
Roku is getting into an Internet video-streaming stick fight with Google’s Chromecast with a new device they announced on Tuesday.
Facebook is in talks to purchase an aerospace firm that makes solar-powered drones as part of the company’s strategy to bring Internet access to areas of the world that lack connectivity, according to a published report.
Electric-car drivers have been charging their cars for free in downtown Martinez, but the free ride is coming to an end. Drivers will have to pay starting Wednesday.
Apple’s new hands-free car integration system – known as Carplay – will not only allow you to access music, messages and your phone wirelessly, it will also track your movements and communications in order to predict where you are going next.
The U.S. government sued Sprint Communications Inc. in federal court in San Francisco Monday for allegedly overcharging federal law enforcement agencies $21 million between 2007 and 2010 for the costs of complying with court-ordered wiretaps and other surveillance.
Apple is teaming up with major car makers to make iPhone applications easier for drivers to use while they’re on the road.