President Obama’s immigration announcement on Thursday fell failed to impress the technology interests in Silicon Valley as there were no assurances for an increase in hi-tech visas.
The creators of the security robots now patrolling the Silicon Valley say they are moving on after a previous high-profile business failure that resulted in bankruptcy, disappointed investors, and dashed hope for a depressed Indiana town.
California’s chronic drought is causing hardships on the coast south of San Francisco for property owners who ordinarily get their water from creeks and wells that have gone dry after four years of scant rainfall.
Santa Clara County is pushing to give flu shots to the estimated 700 homeless veterans out on the streets as the weather turns colder.
Google is playing the real estate market like a game of monopoly out of what could be a massive hiring spree.
A British intelligence expert is calling out a handful of Silicon Valley tech companies, accusing them of helping terrorists.
Rep. Mike Honda, D-San Jose, remained ahead early Wednesday morning despite a spirited challenge by fellow Democrat Ro Khanna to represent the 17th Congressional District.
Voters in the South Bay are deciding between incumbent Mike Honda and challenger Ro Khanna, both Democrats, in one of the nation’s most intriguing House races. In early returns, Honda is leading with 53.5 percent of the votes cast, while Khanna has 46.5 percent.
“We come in peace.” That was the message delivered by the head of the National Security Agency to a Silicon Valley crowd as the nation’s spy chief is searching for recruits.
It’s not every day a fully-functioning, quaint steel bridge goes on the market.