The Fairfield Police Department announced Saturday they have installed license plate readers on two patrol vehicles.
A Bay Area company responsible for creating what could be the first functioning hoverboard thinks it now has a way to keep a building from moving during a major earthquake with the very same technology.
Researchers at UC Berkeley and Northwestern University say they’ve found the “giggle gene” responsible for the regulation of serotonin that makes some us more prone to spontaneous smiles and bursts of laughs.
Google is now developing an artificial intelligence app that counts the calories of food in your Instagram post.
Google and Levi’s are working together to create touch-sensitive clothing that makes the Apple Watch look like a clunky contraption of the past.
A new app lets annoyed cyclists or drivers harness the power of crowdsourcing to report illegally parked cars.
It’s the moment Googleheads have long been waiting for: a standalone Google photo service that offers unlimited storage of images and videos for free, along with some fun new tricks.
The message, revealed on Reddit late Tuesday, seems to exploit an inability of the app’s preview feature to correctly render the characters, which are not the standard alphanumerics or emoticons one typically texts. After repeated attempts, the app crashes, leaving the user unable to send or receive texts as usual.
An iris scanner could soon be a new tool in police arsenal to identify a potentially dangerous subject before an officer ever comes in contact with them.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson is scheduled to visit a high school in Oakland to continue his push for greater diversity in technology.