'Incredibles 2': Theaters Post Warnings Due To Seizure ConcernsMoviegoers seeing Disney's "Incredibles 2" might notice some health-related warning signs posted regarding the film, which had the biggest box office opening for an animated movie ever.
WHO Classifies 'Gaming Disorder' As Mental Health ConditionThe WHO announced 'gaming disorder' as a new mental health condition to be included in the latest edition of its International Classification of Diseases on Monday.
Ford Says Old Detroit Train Station Key to Company's Tech FutureIn the restoration of Detroit's blighted Michigan Central train station, Bill Ford envisions the future of the Ford's foray into self-driving vehicles.
Oprah Strikes Deal With Apple As New Hollywood Content Wars Heat UpApple has signed Oprah Winfrey to a multiyear deal for new original programs.
Lawsuit Over White Nationalist's Twitter Ban Clears HurdleA California judge has refused to throw out a lawsuit that accuses Twitter of violating the free speech rights of a leading white nationalist figure by banning his social media account.
Fitbit Employees Charged With Having Stolen Trade SecretsProsecutors have charged one current and five former employees of San Francisco-based Fitbit, Inc. with possessing trade secrets stolen from rival company Jawbone.
Apple Fixing iPhone Security Gap Used By Criminal InvestigatorsApple is closing a security gap that allowed outsiders, including law enforcement, to pry personal information from locked iPhones without a password.
SF Supes Blast PG&E Green Power Initiative For Costly Delays, Red TapeSan Francisco supervisors blasted PG&E Tuesday for stalling on many projects while making projects more complex and expensive.
Scientists Find Link Between South Napa Quake And Summer MonthsA surprising new theory links the quake that rocked Napa in 2014 to a dip in groundwater during the summer months.
Judge Approves AT&T-Time Warner DealA federal judge ruled on Tuesday that AT&T can move forward with its $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner.
Tesla Cuts 9 Percent Of Workforce In Bid To Post A ProfitElectric car maker Tesla Inc. is laying off about 3,600 white-collar workers as it slashes costs in an effort to become profitable.
Elon Musk Has The Last Laugh As Tesla Stock Pops 40% From Its Low Tesla CEO Elon Musk was a bit of a jerk to some analysts during the company's latest earnings conference call. But it seems like all is forgiven.