Employees Urge Google Not To Launch Censored Search Engine In ChinaNearly 500 Google employees on Tuesday publicly urged their employer to cease building a censored search engine, code named Project Dragonfly, for the Chinese market.
South Bay Students Invent Firefighting Tool Of The FutureTwo Bay Area high school students have invented a tool to predict and prevent fires; it may be the firefighting tool of the future.
Nonprofits Sue San Jose Over Google's 'Mega-Campus'Two nonprofit groups filed a public records lawsuit against San Jose alleging a lack of transparency in the city’s dealings with Google for a new “mega-campus” near Diridon Station.
'Oscars Of Science' Brings Together Big Names From Tech And HollywoodThe 7th annual Breakthrough Prize Awards--also known as the "Oscars of Science"--were held Sunday evening at NASA's Ames Research Center in Mountain View.
Mayor Breed, Salesforce CEO On Opposite Ends For Prop CMarc Benioff is a vocal proponent of Prop C, which aims to reduce homelessness by creating housing and expanding mental health services. But not everyone is happy about Prop C, including London Breed.
Palo Alto Residents Demand Traffic Solutions From City CouncilFrustrated residents in one Peninsula neighborhood say they've had it when it comes to the traffic.
Salesforce CEO Gives $2 Mil. Supporting Prop CSalesforce CEO Marc Benioff was in Chinatown on Sunday campaigning for Proposition C, the controversial plan to curb the city's homeless crisis with tech money.
YouTube Service Restored After Users Experience Worldwide OutageYouTube service was restored Tuesday night after the Google-owned streaming company went dark for users worldwide.
Space X Launch Lights Up Bay Area SkiesMany Bay Area residents looked into the sky Sunday evening and saw it lit up by what they thought was a UFO. But it was actually SpaceX at work.
Tech Companies Eyeing Small Coastal Community In San JoseTech companies looking to expand are now eyeing Alviso, a small coastal enclave of San Jose, but residents of the area have mixed feelings about the prospective changes.
Instagram Co-Founders Resign Without ExplanationChief Executive Kevin Systrom said in a statement late Monday that he and Mike Krieger, Instagram's chief technical officer, plan to leave the company in the next few weeks and take time off "to explore our curiosity and creativity again."
Google Pays Tab To Repair Vandalized Vietnam War MemorialThe "Sons of San Jose" Vietnam War memorial was vandalized two weeks ago, and Google is picking up the tab to repair it.
Lyft Restricts Pick-Ups, Drop-Offs On Busy San Francisco StreetsCyclists can't take much more of what's become the norm in San Francisco: Uber and Lyft drivers constantly blocking the bike lane to drop off and pick up passengers. But Lyft is making a major change following a recent slew of complaints.
Mineta San Jose Airport To Implement Facial Recognition Security SystemMineta San Jose International Airport just became the first airport on the West coast to commit to fully adopting U.S. Customs and Border Protection's new biometric security system.
Homeless Tech Developer In Mountain View Gets Help From Viral TweetA homeless and unemployed web developer in Mountain View has been overwhelmed with job offers less than two days after a picture of him handing out resumes went viral on social media.