Oracle Corp. said Monday it has released a fix for the flaw in its Java software that raised an alarm from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security last week. Even after the patch was issued, the federal agency continued to recommend that users disable Java in their Web browsers.
Facebook is trying to make its privacy controls easier to find and understand in an effort to turn the world’s largest social network into a more discreet place.
San Jose police had no immediate plans to increase security at Christmas in the Park, following what investigators believe was a gang-related stabbing over the weekend.
KCBS Technology Analyst Larry Magid has some advice for consumers shopping online this holiday season.
KCBS talked to San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr Tuesday about security plans for the Giants World Series games.
Oakland police warned residents Friday to be cautious of people going door to door asking about resident’s alarm systems, as they do not appear to be working for the city and could be casing homes for burglaries.
Management at the O.co Coliseum have implemented 132 airport-like metal detectors that fans have to walk through before entering the stadium.
San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow, who’s suing former Dodgers owner Frank McCourt over a vicious beating at Dodger Stadium will have his day in court next year.
Mozilla is releasing an updated Firefox browser that they say will make your surfing even safer. The new browser will automatically encrypt Google searches.
A high-tech surveillance system designed to thwart crime and terrorism by spotting suspicious activity without the use of a human monitor is set to be deployed on San Francisco’s Muni Metro system.