SoundCloud will start paying artists and record companies whose music appears on the popular streaming site.
Twitter announced this week its commitment to deal with images of the deceased as requested by their family.
If you use your cell phone for work you could be seeing more money in your paycheck.
Cupertino will become the first city west of the Rockies to get AT&T’s super-fast broadband Internet service.
Known for its annual music festival, the Coachella Valley in Southern California has emerged as a potential location for Tesla Motors to build its widely anticipated battery factory.
Google’s IPO, a decade ago this week, launched the company on a trajectory that continues to reshape its business and much of the world in its orbit.
Drivers in the Bay Area, New York and other big cities say they are increasingly experiencing unwanted passengers climbing in the back seat of their cars.
A Texas mother tired of her child not responding to her text messages has created an app that would allow parents to lock their kid’s phone if their calls are ignored.
Facebook has begun testing the addition of the word “[SATIRE]” in their related articles list under news postings, presumably for those who can’t tell the difference.
Governor Jerry Brown is expected to sign a California bill into law requiring all new phones to have a shutdown feature known as a “kill switch,” but protests in Ferguson, Missouri have sparked a last-ditch effort to stop the bill.