Age limits on Facebook and other social sites aren’t working to keep young children off away from the internet properties, according to a newly released survey.
Facebook is getting ready to celebrate 10 years since Mark Zuckerberg famously launched the social giant in his Harvard dorm room. Over that decade,1.1 billion users have connected with friends through the Menlo Park-based site. How much –arguably wasted – time does that add up to for a regular user?
High school students around the world are getting homework help from honor students here in the Bay Area thanks to a program created by an East Bay teenager. He’s this week’s Jefferson Award winner.
A San Leandro entrepreneur is hoping to turn a profit by taking some of the risk out of transactions set up through Craigslist.
They look suspiciously like illegal casinos: Computer cafes where you can take your chances on winning cash. Now, one lawmaker is cracking down, proposing a ban that could wipe them out for good.
A lot of Californians got a surprise in the mail as 2013 came to a close. The state has been sending out hundreds of thousands of letters to residents telling them there’s a good chance they probably owe “Use Tax” and will have to pay it when they file their 2013 state tax return.
Merging technology and the judicial system, the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals began offering video streaming of certain proceedings.
A Danville man has been arrested and charged for allegedly sharing child pornography online.
The Consumer Federation of California says once a store gets your email address, it can, and likely will, send you more emails, use it for marketing purposes, and possibly sell it to data aggregators.
The San Francisco 49ers and city parks officials are selling seats from the soon-to-be-shuttered Candlestick Park as part of the 49ers’ farewell season at the stadium, a team spokeswoman said Monday.