Kevin Gorman will advise students and professors on the best practices for editing and article on Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia that gets 500 million monthly visitors, many of whom are doing the editing and updating of the website.
The Dating Ring, a matchmaking service which organizes informal gatherings for singles in the two cities, has launched a fundraising campaign to fly the women from NYC to SFO.
A former San Francisco State University student is being investigated by anti-terrorism officials and the FBI after he allegedly wrote online posts that included serious threats of violence.
Google is buying an Israeli start-up company that uses sound-based technology, in hopes of doing away with online passwords as we know them.
Mountain View police say the arrest of a former San Francisco high school teacher earlier this month revealed just how effective an online profile can be at driving a child predator straight into the hands of police.
Our technology analyst says the White House has developed standards it hopes will help key industries protect themselves from hackers.
The Redwood City Police Department is using social media to match theft victims with their stolen property.
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.