One factor that may slow would-be electric car buyers is anxiety over finding a charging station, but a local website can help green vehicle owners map out the closest place to plug-in.
A week after signing a contract to book a wedding, the wedding was called off. When the venue refused to give them any of their money back, an Auburn woman called CBS for help.
A new smartphone app should make it easier to locate one of San Francisco’s most celebrated street food venders – The Tamale Lady.
If you own a car, chances are police know where you’ve been lately – thanks to a Bay Area company that is keeping them in the loop.
Facebook has hired the team behind Gowalla, the location service that lets people share where they are using their mobile phones.
Oakland city officials say they have a “shovel-ready” site for the proposed expansion of UC’s Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. The Brooklyn Slough is just south of the Jack London Aquatic Center.
Lawmakers are considering proposals that would stop law enforcement agencies from using GPS devices to track people without getting a warrant first.
Apple denied claims that it was keeping tabs on its customers, saying the file records Wi-Fi hot spots and cell towers in the general area of iPhones, not the whereabouts of their users.
Privacy watchdogs are demanding answers from Apple about why iPhones and iPads are collecting location data about their users.
In a first for a wireless carrier, AT&T Inc. said Monday that it will use its phones’ location-sensing ability to target text ads with coupons and other offers to participating subscribers in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco.