A recent Stanford grad has come up with a product for women that lets them pee standing up to avoid uncomfortable messes that often accompany public toilets.
The Internet is a resource for just about anything including a place to purchase human breast milk. A new study shows some of the milk sold online can contain cow’s milk and previous studies have shown high-levels of potentially dangerous bacteria.
Amazon has been offering one-click ordering online for almost two decades, but they’re taking that idea into the real world with the Dash button, offered to their Prime account customers, that allows convenient restocking of everyday items.
About 85 million Amazon shopper buy products like TV’s and home audio systems that require installation that can’t be sent in the mail. Now the internet giants want to provide it.
The maker of iPhones, iPads and Macs may soon help you get rid of a device, your satellite dish.
The social networking service has altered both its rules and abusive behavior policy, prohibiting the posting of revenge porn.
A Fremont man was robbed and beaten after picking up a prostitute through a website earlier this month.
President Obama: Silicon Valley Cannot Protect Privacy By Itself, Enacts Cybersecurity Cooperation Order
President Obama stressed at a Stanford cybersecurity conference that the government and the private sector have to work together to combat cyber threats. He signed an executive order that encourages information sharing on the matter. (Complete Text And Word Cloud Infographic Of His Speech)
Only somewhere between five and 27-percent of the country’s population has internet access.
Box’s shares soared 66 percent in their stock market debut Friday despite the online storage provider’s decade-long history of losses, a showing that may encourage more unprofitable technology startups to go public this year.