Airbnb is under pressure to gain the trust of travelers, neighbors and lawmakers as it prepares for its planned initial public offering next year.
Uber acknowledged more than 3,000 sexual assaults occurred during U.S. Uber rides in 2018, the company said in a long-awaited safety report.
The co-founders of Google are stepping down as executives of its parent company, Alphabet.
Four workers who were fired from Google last week say they plan to file a federal labor complaint against the Mountain View-basked tech giant, claiming they were retaliated against. Google said the workers violated its data security policy.
So far, the problems have only been going on for a few hours.
Five people from Houston and Atlanta were charged on suspicion of scamming dozens of senior citizens out of more than $2 million through online dating and social media apps.
In a viral photo, a father is shown having one last beer with his sons hours before he died of cancer.
Elon Musk unveiled his newest addition to the Tesla fleet —the Cybertruck pickup.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is taking on the workhorse heavy pickup truck market with his latest electric vehicle.
Former President Barack Obama was one of the headliners at this year's Dreamforce convention and attendees found his keynote message inspirational.
San Francisco's biggest convention got underway with a keynote address from the co-CEOs of Salesforce.
Motorola is bracing for the future by returning to the past. The company is adapting its historical flip-phone design for a smartphone with a foldable screen.
Jennifer Jolly, a nationally syndicated tech-life columnist, said she'd "rather r lick a San Francisco sidewalk than camp out all night" for so-called doorbuster deals on Black Friday.
Wireless companies are not forced to keep you connected during a public safety power shutoff or natural disaster, which recently left thousands cut off -- unable to receive texts, calls, or contact 911.
A Bay Area exodus, sparked by the high cost of living, is giving birth to an economic opportunity. In a small, shared office space in Downtown San Jose, the latest start-up takes flight Tuesday morning.
New York's Department of Financial Services is investigating gender discrimination complaints over Apple's new credit card.
The three African-American women whose stories were shared in the 2016 movie “Hidden Figures” will be awarded Congressional Gold Medals.
The investigation follows a series of viral tweets by entrepreneur and web developer David Heinemeier Hansson about algorithms used for the Apple Card, which Goldman Sachs manages in partnership with Apple.
This weekend in Oakland more than 10,000 people of color will be taking part in a weekend-long conference called AfroTech. "I've worked in tech for over 10 years and there's not a ton of diversity in many of the places I've worked," said Dana Barrett of Asana. In 2016, Blavity Inc, a media company targeting black millennials, decided it was time to seek out and empower people of color in the field of technology and AfroTech was born.
In a study, authors used lasers to gain full control of voice assistants at distances up to 361 feet.