Apple says it’s bowing to concerns raised by pop superstar Taylor Swift. The giant tech company now plans to pay royalties to artists and record labels during a free, three-month trial of its new streaming music service.
South Bay Inmate-Work Agreement Terminated Following Science Camp Employee’s Arrest On Child Porn Charges
An inmate work agreement in place for 25 years in Silicon Valley has been terminated following the high-profile arrest of a science-camp supervisor on child pornography charges.
The bombs will not be bursting in air over one Silicon Valley city this 4th of July. Cupertino is canceling its annual fireworks show because of drought concerns.
Ten of the nation’s most poised young spellers have made it to the finals of the 88th Scripps National Spelling Bee, but the Bay Area spellers were not among them.
Monterey firefighters have evacuated a portion of a shopping center this afternoon after employees at an Apple electronics store said they felt sick after receiving a package with an unknown substance, the city’s fire chief said.
An 11-year-old Cupertino boy will be representing California in the 27th annual National Geographic Bee in Washington D.C. next week.
Jewelers are undercutting Apple’s pricey $10,000 gold model watch by gold-plating cheaper models.
A witness reported seeing two men jump over her neighbor’s fence and saw a suspicious vehicle with a man inside parked outside the residence.
Tests revealed that some taptic engines supplied by AAC Technologies Holdings in China started to break down over time.
Cement quarry Lehigh Hanson will pay millions of dollars to settle a lawsuit alleging it dumped millions of gallons of toxic wastewater into a nearby creek.