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.
A lockdown at an Oakland elementary school was lifted Friday morning after police determined there was not a threat from a caller who said a shooting was going to happen, a school district spokesman said.
A bill up for debate in the California Senate Transportation Committee would make bike riders subject to fines similar to those imposed on drivers who are caught using a mobile device behind the wheel.
A newly released independent movie is making headlines and the buzz is not due to star power or studio cash.
The FBI has created it’s first-ever app for parents. In the unlikely event a child goes missing, the app allows parents to send info about their children to the agency.
Seniors in Napa County are receiving scam phone calls from their “grandchildren” asking them to send money.