If the back of your computer looks like a bird’s nest you’ll be happy with Intel’s announcement this week. The chip maker is aiming to eliminate all those pesky PC cables by 2016.
As baby boomers age, smartphone technology is making way for smarter hearing aids.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of a Silicon Valley conference aimed at getting more women into senior positions in the technology industry.
Google’s latest efforts to expand Internet access around the world includes plans to launch over $1 billion worth in low-orbiting satellites.
Google is taking the first step in complying with a European court ruling that gives people the right to be forgotten online.
After an eight year battle, Maria Belen Rodriguez’s fight against Google and Yahoo is moving to Argentina’s high court.
San Francisco also ranked third in world for intellectual capital and innovation, up from the fifth spot in the previous survey.
Apple has pulled the plug on one of its hottest apps, ‘Weed Firm’, which follows the adventures of a marijuana dealer, after the game quickly shot to the top of the App Store.
George Gascon is looking to create a high-tech crime unit to combat the increasing problem of cybercrime in the city.
More Bay Area teachers are using so-called “robo-readers” to grade assignments, such as essays. While it saves time, some educators worry the technology could hurt learning.