Airbnb Reportedly Close To Filing An IPOAirbnb is reportedly close to filing to go public, marking a surprise turnaround for the company that recently cut a quarter of its workforce during the pandemic.
California Early Earthquake Alerts To Be Standard On Android PhonesCalifornia's earthquake early warnings will be a standard feature on all Android phones, bypassing the need for users to download the state's MyShake app.
After Nine Years As CEO of Apple, Tim Cook Is Now A BillionaireApple CEO Tim Cook has become a billionaire as he nears a decade at the helm of the world's most valuable company.
Bay Area Biotech Company Develops Promising New Class Of Drug To Treat COVID-19 PatientsA Bay Area biotechnology company has discovered a new way to make a COVID-19 treatment by producing an entirely new class of drugs. Soon, the invention will be tested in human clinical trials.
Twitter's Rumored Interest In Buying TikTok Sparks Stock RallyTwitter shares rose as much as 5% Monday after it reportedly held preliminary talks with TikTok.
Apple Urged By NYC Transit Officials To Solve iPhone Mask IssuesNew York’s mass transit agency wants Apple to come up with a better way for iPhone users to unlock their phones without taking off their masks.
Reports: Facebook Fires Employee Who Shared Proof of Right Wing FavoritismFacebook fired a senior engineer this week who collected evidence showing the social media company giving preferential treatment to right wing accounts.
Report: Pro-Trump Hackers Takeover Several Reddit ForumsThe hackers took over several popular Reddit communities -- at least 70 -- and changed the graphics to promote Trump’s presidential re-election campaign.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Now Worth $100 BillionMark Zuckerberg has joined the world's most exclusive club of the ultra rich.

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Tesla Announces 5-for-1 Stock SplitThe electric car company Tesla announced Tuesday evening it planned to split its stocks five-for-one
Airbnb Reportedly Close To Filing An IPOAirbnb is reportedly close to filing to go public, marking a surprise turnaround for the company that recently cut a quarter of its workforce during the pandemic.
California Early Earthquake Alerts To Be Standard On Android PhonesCalifornia's earthquake early warnings will be a standard feature on all Android phones, bypassing the need for users to download the state's MyShake app.
After Nine Years As CEO of Apple, Tim Cook Is Now A BillionaireApple CEO Tim Cook has become a billionaire as he nears a decade at the helm of the world's most valuable company.
Hotels Install Office Amenities to Lure Bay Area Teleworkers Out of the HouseMore hotels are fashioning rooms into office spaces as working from home becomes a longterm option for many Bay Area professionals.
Judge Issues Injunction Against Uber And Lyft, Says Drivers Are EmployeesIn a blow to Uber and Lyft, a judge in San Francisco ruled Monday that the ride-hailing companies must start classifying their drivers as employees in the state.
Santa Clara Co. Lawmakers Consider Extending Eviction Moratorium Through September 30The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors will discuss plans to extend its current eviction moratorium through September 30, providing broad protections for residential and commercial tenants suffering from the economic fallout of COVID-19.
San Francisco Gym Operators Call On City Officials To Change Business ClassificationWhile gyms have been classified as non-essential since the pandemic began, a group of San Francisco operators are trying to shake off that designation and prove that they can operate safely.