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Lawsuit Accuses BART Of Collecting Personal Information In AppA lawsuit claims a mobile application provided for reporting crimes on BART has been secretly collecting users’ private cell phone information and physical locations.
E-Commerce Delivery, Rideshare Vehicles Intensify San Francisco TrafficE-commerce deliver trucks and ridesharing vehicles may be intensifying San Francisco's traffic woes.
New Competitor Developing Self-Flying Air Taxis EmergesYet another animated video of a flying car set to be produced in Silicon Valley has surfaced, and rather than keep it under wraps, the company is laying it all out in plain sight.
Private Jet Terminal At SJ Mineta Allegedly Shared Secret Security Codes With Tech ExecsA company that caters to elite travelers is under federal investigation for allegedly allowing Silicon Valley tech execs access onto highly restricted airport property at San Jose Mineta International.
App Aims To Curb Cellphone AddictionIt's no secret that most of us spend a lot of time glued to our smartphones. Now a new app, Onward, is aiming to curb that addiction. Here's how it works.
Twitter Co-Founder Laments App's Role In Trump’s ElectionA co-founder of Twitter says he's sorry if the popular social media platform helped put Donald Trump in the White House, as the president has suggested.
Uber Threatens To Fire Key Exec In Self-Driving Car DisputeUber is threatening to fire a key executive accused of stealing self-driving car technology from a Google spin-off unless he waives his constitutional right against self-incrimination so the ride-hailing service can comply with a court order.
Appeals Court Strikes Down FAA Drone Registration RuleA federal appeals court on Friday struck down a federal rule that required owners of recreational drones and other model aircraft to register the devices with the Federal Aviation Administration.
Rape Investigation Involving WikiLeaks' Assange DroppedSweden's top prosecutor said Friday she's dropping an investigation into a rape claim against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange after almost seven years.
Online STD Testing Service Fills Need In Age Of Dating AppsA California firm is offering a testing service for sexually-transmitted diseases that can be ordered online and done in the privacy of one's home.
3 Injured, One Critically, In Fire At Google I/O ConferenceA fire during Google's I/O conference at the Shoreline Amphitheatre Thursday afternoon sent three event staff workers to the hospital, according to authorities.
Twitter Makes Privacy Changes: What They Mean For YouTwitter's new privacy policy suggests ambitions of becoming more like Facebook - more tracking of users and more targeting of ads to rake in more money.

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