Our technology analyst says Samsung’s smartphone is predicted to drop from 31 to 25 percent in 2015.
A Bay Area start-up is offering a way to eliminate distracted driving while enabling access to technology.
Getting a jump on tomorrow: After spending eight years in a Chinese prison for “inciting subversion of state power,” Gao Zhisheng will finally be a free man.
While technology companies scramble to get into the virtual reality business, Google jumped right in with this do-it-yourself solution: cardboard.
Some 1 billion people are now using Android devices, Google said as the company kicked off its two-day developer conference Wednesday in San Francisco.
A measure that would force smartphones sold in California to include a kill switch to try to stop the epidemic of phone thefts is now headed to the full state Assembly.
Alameda County leaders are pushing state lawmakers to pass a smartphone kill-switch bill — with the intention of passing their own at a local level should it fail.
Soon you may not have to fumble or fight for a power outlet to charge your phone at your neighborhood Starbucks. Starbucks and Duracell say they are rolling out Powermat wireless charging devices in stores in San Francisco.
With a majority of Bay Area residents relying on smartphones, a new poll found widespread support for upgraded communications networks. The survey also found a majority in favor of improving the area’s aging energy infrastructure.
Apple removed the iOS game Weed Firm from the App Store after it soared to the top of download charts while other similar games remain available.