If you own a car, chances are police know where you’ve been lately – thanks to a Bay Area company that is keeping them in the loop.
Starting next month, game wardens with tranquilizer guns might be visible along Interstate Highway 280 in San Mateo County.
Monterey Bay Aquarium officials successfully released a young great white shark back into the ocean on Tuesday afternoon.
The growing use of smartphones by digitally savvy teenagers has some parents calling for new tools to protect how their children’s Internet browsing gets tracked by marketers.
Not only are state prison officials getting ready to move thousands of inmates to county jails in a cost cutting move, but they’ve also reduced the number of gang members on GPS monitoring.
Lawmakers are considering proposals that would stop law enforcement agencies from using GPS devices to track people without getting a warrant first.
Buried under a tidal wave of electronic data, California parole agents next week will significantly change how they monitor and respond to alarms from tracking devices that are affixed to released sex offenders.
Apple is updating the iPhone to reduce the amount of time the device stores information about its users’ whereabouts.
Apple denied claims that it was keeping tabs on its customers, saying the file records Wi-Fi hot spots and cell towers in the general area of iPhones, not the whereabouts of their users.
Location data is some of the most valuable information a mobile phone can provide, since it can tell advertisers not only where someone’s been, but also where they might be going _ and what they might be inclined to buy when they get there.