D-Nice Teams Up With Houseparty To DJ A Huge Virtual Prom Party For Class Of 2020As if D-Nice hasn’t already done his share to make this COVID-19 lockdown bearable with Club Quarantine on Instagram, now he’s teaming up with San Francisco-based app Houseparty to spin what may be the biggest prom night party ever for the Class of 2020
UC San Francisco Seeks Citizen Scientists To Learn More About COVID-19UCSF scientists are hoping that a newly reconfigured research app goes viral and generates data that can be used to fight against the coronavirus.
Thieves Can Use Bluetooth To Find Hidden Devices, Laptops In Your CarThere is an urban legend that crooks are using Bluetooth scanner apps to find hidden valuables in your car. KPIX tested it out, cruising the parking lot of a fitness gym, and it’s not a myth. It's true!
Web App Lets Users Track Jet Noise Near SFOThe Aircraft Noise Tracker, available to the public, gives users a near-real-time look at flight tracks and noise levels around the airport.
Goodbye, iTunes: Once-Revolutionary App Gone In Mac UpdateIt's time to bid farewell to iTunes, the once-revolutionary program that made online music sales mainstream and effectively blunted the impact of piracy.
FaceApp Gives Users Glimpse Of Older Self Amid Privacy ConcernsFaceApp, the popular aging filter that has rapidly regained popularity in recent weeks, has responded to concerns over privacy, and use of customers’ data.
Twitter Working Again After Hour-Long Outage On App, WebsiteTwitter appears to be working about an hour after users across the globe reported that the social media service's website and app were down Thursday afternoon.
UC Berkeley Scientists Developing Mobile Earthquake ShakeAlert AppSeismologists at University of California at Berkeley are developing a mobile ShakeAlert app to notify Bay Area residents when an earthquake has begun.
Tri Delta Transit Rolls Out App-Based Shuttle Service 'Tri My Ride'
Uber Unveils Vision for Rideshare Commuter AircraftUber has announced plans to take its ride-hailing service to new heights in the Bay Area.
UC Santa Cruz Student Accused Of Using Phone App To Sell Illegal DrugsA Sunnyvale 18-year-old has been indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly creating a cell phone app and using it to sell and distribute cocaine and methamphetamines.