Dressed in pink and black, hundreds of people packed a Pleasant Hill church Friday morning to remember a 14-year-old girl who was tragically struck and killed by a train in Martinez earlier this week.
A 14-year-old girl was fatally struck by a freight train traveling through Martinez Sunday evening, police said. A family friend said she ran back to get her phone and was sucked under the train as it approached.
San Mateo police are warning the public of a scam in which a caller claims to be a law enforcement officer and then asks for money.
A growing epidemic of smartphone thefts prompted state lawmakers to announce Friday new legislation that would require the devices to come equipped with an anti-theft deterrent known as a “kill switch.”
Starting in 2015, there will be a new “628” area code in the Bay Area as more telephone numbers are requested.
A new survey found that Americans use their smartphones in some very strange places and at very strange times.
Phone service has been restored in the South Bay on Wednesday after being disrupted Tuesday when vandals cut underground fiber optic cables south of San Jose.
Facebook invited journalists to the unveiling of what it called its “new home on Android.”
Californians, including those who are homeless, are now able to get free cell phones and service thanks to the recent expansion of a statewide program.
Does scanning emails and answering calls from bosses on your smartphone after hours constitute work that should be compensated? A lawsuit winding its way through federal court in Chicago says that it does.