The strongest quake in 25 years plunges the Bay Area into a Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Web-fueled frenzy of sharing, commenting, laughing and lamenting as an entire community was joined by wireless communication and the Internet.
The maker of a popular line of wearable fitness-tracking devices says it has never sold personal data to advertisers, contrary to concerns raised by U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer.
If you love posting photos of your cat to social media then chances are your feline friend is on this new megamap.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission believes that with these traffic reporting technologies, it will be possible to squeeze another 20 percent efficiency out of Bay Area freeways.
The FCC announced Friday it will investigate the routes that Netflix and other popular data or streaming services are transmitted through by Comcast and Verizon after accusations that the provider is slowing down traffic.
Your car may be spying on you, and the information it collects can, and may be used against you.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles said Saturday there’s no evidence of a computer breach, but it’s launching an investigation “out of an abundance of caution.”
Our technology analyst says the White House has developed standards it hopes will help key industries protect themselves from hackers.
A federal appeals court has affirmed a judge’s decision that Google overstepped its bounds by enabling its vehicles to collect emails, Internet passwords and Web surfing behavior while photographing neighborhoods for the search giant’s popular “Street View” mapping feature.
Britain’s data regulator has ordered Google to delete personal data scooped up in its Street View project—or face contempt of court.