Over the next year, 27 million Americans will accidentally damage their smartphone. Do the math and that means about 2 million people per-month, or 80,000 per-day will have an accident with the phone, according to warranty provider Square Trade.
A Bay Area company that purchases foreclosed homes and then rents them out has said it is improving the way it responds to tenants complaints, after a renter said a rodent problem was not addressed for months.
The see-through barrier we all use every time we get in a vehicle could have an invisible danger. One industry expert says as many as 70-85 percent of windshields are not installed properly.
Some streets in Concord were shut down Tuesday morning because of a gas leak, which has also prompted the closure of state Highway 4 off-ramps, police and the California Highway Patrol said.
All San Francisco cable car lines will be shut down for continued maintenance Wednesday through Sunday, a San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency spokesman said.
One of San Francisco’s cable car lines will be partially shut down starting Monday as part of an ongoing rehabilitation and maintenance project.
A repair project at Pacific Gas and Electric’s Milpitas facility went awry just before the San Bruno pipeline explosion last September, according to federal documents.
When Ann Wiggins bought a brand new stainless steel Kenmore washer at Sears, she was thrilled. But after a few washes Wiggins said she noticed threads dangling on a few clothing pieces.
Bay Area traffic patterns were somewhat disrupted Thursday as Caltrans crews worked on a section of the San Mateo-Hayward Bridge to repair a crack that was discovered during an inspection Wednesday.