Apple Reportedly Offering Coronavirus Tests To Employees Returning To Cupertino HeadquartersApple employees returning to its Silicon Valley headquarters will reportedly have the option of getting tested for the coronavirus.
Study: Autonomous Vehicles Won't Make Roads Completely SafeA new study says that while autonomous vehicle technology has great promise to reduce crashes, it may not be able to prevent all mishaps caused by human error.
5.5 Magnitude Quake In Mojave Desert Felt From Hollywood To Las VegasAn earthquake struck the Mojave Desert and was felt from Hollywood to Las Vegas, Wednesday evening.
Snapchat To Stop Promoting Trump's Account After Controversial Posts On George Floyd ProtestsSnapchat will no longer promote President Donald Trump's account on its platform in the wake of his controversial comments on ongoing protests across the US.
CES 2021: In-Person Tech Conference To Go On Amid Coronavirus ConcernsOrganizers of the Consumer Electronics Show said they are planning to hold an in-person event in Las Vegas early next year.
Facebook Shuts Down Far-Right Group Planning To Bring Weapons To George Floyd ProtestsFacebook said Tuesday that it had shut down pages and accounts associated with what it said was a hate group, whose members were discussing bringing weapons to the protests.
Zoom's Revenue Soars 169% As People Flock To Service During Coronavirus PandemicZoom, based in San Jose, said Tuesday that its revenue skyrocketed 169% from the prior year to $328 million for the three months ending in April.
Tech Rights Group Sues To Block Trump Order Regulating Social Media After Twitter Fact-Checking His TweetsA tech-rights group sued to block President Donald Trump’s executive order that seeks to regulate social media, saying it violates the First Amendment and chills speech. The president issued the order after Twitter put fact checks on two of his tweets.
Mark Zuckerberg Tries To Explain Inaction On Trump Posts To Outraged Facebook StaffFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sought on Tuesday to ease employee outrage over his inaction on incendiary remarks recently posted by President Donald Trump.

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Alameda County Reopening: 'Social Bubbles' Allowed; Outdoor Dining, Religious Services Still RestrictedStarting Monday, Alameda County residents can gather in “social bubbles,” and childcare providers and some businesses can resume operations under certain conditions, health officials announced this week.
Santa Clara County Reopening: Businesses Still Face Challenges As More Restrictions Are LiftedIn-store retail and outdoor dining is now allowed in Santa Clara County, but many business owners said Friday that it is far from business as usual for them.
Amazon Distribution Warehouse in Southern California Destroyed in Friday-Morning FireInvestigators are trying to determine what caused a fire which tore through an Amazon distribution center in Redlands early Friday morning while employees were working inside.
Coronavirus Reopening: California Allowing Schools, Gyms, Bars To Open Next WeekCalifornia will allow schools, day camps, bars, gyms, campgrounds and professional sports to begin reopening with modifications starting next Friday.
Reddit Cofounder Alexis Ohanian Resigns From Board, Urges Seat Be Filled By Black CandidateAlexis Ohanian says he is trying to set an example for other leaders -- by stepping down.
Apple Reportedly Offering Coronavirus Tests To Employees Returning To Cupertino HeadquartersApple employees returning to its Silicon Valley headquarters will reportedly have the option of getting tested for the coronavirus.
Grand Princess Passengers On SF-Mexico Cruise File Class-Action Lawsuit Over CoronavirusPassengers who sailed from the Bay Area to Mexico earlier this year on the cruise ship Grand Princess have filed a class-action lawsuit, alleging they were negligently exposed to the coronavirus.
Unemployment Unexpectedly Drops, But Full Recovery Not ImminentThe unemployment rate took a surprising drop, but while hope exists the road to recovery remains uncertain.