Apple Unveils Colorful iMacs, New iPad Pro, AirTag Location Tracker In Spring EventFrom a new IPad Pro and redesigned, colorful iMacs to a purple iPhone, the long-awaited AirTag location tracker, and an updated Apple TV and remote, here's a closer look at everything Apple announced on Tuesday.
Google Sued By Daily Mail Owner Over Search Engine’s DominanceAssociated Newspapers, the owner of the Daily Mail, filed a lawsuit against Google Monday, claiming the tech company's dominance in online advertising harms Daily Mail’s business.
COVID: As Bay Area Offices Reopen Many Employees Still Want To Work From HomeWorking from home may not just be a pandemic perk. Instead, Californians are embracing the new way of life and hope it could be a permanent post even after COVID restrictions are lifted, according to a new survey.
Apple To Let Parler Back On The iOS App StoreApple has approved Parler's return to the iOS app store following improvements the social media company made to better detect and moderate hate speech and incitement, according to a letter the iPhone maker sent to Congress.
2 US Agencies Send Teams To Probe Tesla Crash With No DriverTwo federal agencies are sending teams to investigate the fatal crash of a Tesla near Houston in which local authorities say no one was behind the wheel.
Digital Imaging Pioneer Charles Geshke, Co-Founder of Adobe, Dies at Age 81Charles “Chuck” Geschke, co-founder with John Warnock of Adobe Inc. who helped develop Portable Document Format (PDF) technology, died Friday at his home in Los Altos.
Facebook Decision on Trump Suspension Delayed as Comments Flood InFacebook’s quasi-independent oversight board said Friday it will take longer than expected to decide on whether or not the suspension of former president Donald Trump should be upheld, because it needs more time to go through the deluge of public comments.
Clipper Card Now Available On Mobile App, Apple PayThe Metropolitan Transportation Commission launched a mobile Clipper card app this week and made the transit-fare payment system available on iPhone and Apple Watch via Apple Pay.
COVID Reopening: Uber Expects Employees At The Office At Least 3 Days A WeekAs offices reopen, Uber says its employees can work from home if they choose — but only for two days a week.

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PG&E Arraigned On Criminal Charges In Connection With 2019 Kincade Fire In Sonoma CountyPacific Gas & Electric Company was arraigned in a Sonoma County courtroom Tuesday in connection with the massive Kincade Fire that burned in late 2019.
Small Town Newspapers In Wisconsin File Antitrust Lawsuit Against Facebook, GoogleA group of Wisconsin newspapers have filed a federal lawsuit claiming Google and Facebook's monopoly on digital advertising threatens the publications' existence and violates antitrust law.
Netflix's Subscriber Growth Slows As Vaccinations Ramp Up, Rivals Gain StrengthWith vaccinations ramping up, Netflix kicked off 2021 with a big subscriber miss.
Apple Unveils Colorful iMacs, New iPad Pro, AirTag Location Tracker In Spring EventFrom a new IPad Pro and redesigned, colorful iMacs to a purple iPhone, the long-awaited AirTag location tracker, and an updated Apple TV and remote, here's a closer look at everything Apple announced on Tuesday.
Police Arrest Santa Rosa Man After Butane Explosion Rips Through Parking LotA Santa Rosa resident was arrested following an explosion that injured him and sent debris over a wide parking area, police said.
Record Number Of Cargo Ships Waiting To Unload At Port Of Oakland May Delay Goods For MonthsA record number of cargo ships are anchored in San Francisco Bay, waiting to unload their containers. Every one of those ships carries multiple containers full of goods, items that may take a little while longer to arrive in stores and at your front door.
Pleasanton Grocery Store Owner Pleads Guilty To Price Gouging During State of EmergencyThe owner of Apna Bazar grocery store in Pleasanton pleaded guilty to two counts of price gouging for violating the governor's state emergency declaration related to the COVID pandemic.
COVID: As Bay Area Offices Reopen Many Employees Still Want To Work From HomeWorking from home may not just be a pandemic perk. Instead, Californians are embracing the new way of life and hope it could be a permanent post even after COVID restrictions are lifted, according to a new survey.