San Jose is testing out a new gunshot detection program that aims to reduce violence in the city and help police respond faster. The program …
The Oakland Unified School District, Oakland Public Education Fund and the city of Oakland announced Tuesday that more than $1.5 million has been to support …
Newsom said at least 80 percent of 911 calls now come from cell phones, but current call centers predate internet and cell phone technology.
A new automotive program will be offered at Evergreen Valley College in San Jose starting in January to train Bay Area students in electric vehicle technology to prepare them for careers at Tesla, college officials said.
A San Jose businesswoman has pleaded guilty to visa fraud after admitting she submitted false and forged documents to obtain H-1B visas.
Officials in San Francisco announced Friday the appointment of the city’s first Chief Digital Services Officer.
Police in Fairfield are hosting a new popular phone game tournament this month as a part of their 2016 Summer Matters! education campaign.
The College of Marin is offering free tuition and cover fees to 500 Marin County high school seniors for the fall 2016 semester.
The San Jose City Council unanimously approved a policy which will publish information through an open portal by default.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory announced that Thursday it received a first-of-its-kind brain-inspired supercomputing platform.
San Francisco Giants fans will get a chance to join the team on the field this season at AT&T Park with the help of a new virtual reality system.
San Francisco Supervisor Mark Farrell called for the development of a citywide municipal fiber network Tuesday, that could deliver high-speed internet service to every resident in the city.
Eight East Bay companies will each receive an award Thursday in the Fourth Annual East Bay Innovation Awards, celebrating companies that have had the most …
Five blind and vision-impaired individuals and two advocacy groups sued the AMC movie theater chain in federal court in San Francisco.
Uber Technologies Inc. and six passengers asked a federal judge in San Francisco Thursday to approve a $28.5 million settlement.
The new express lanes consist of a 14-mile westbound lane that begins at Greenville Road in Livermore and ends at San Ramon Road near the Highway 680 connector.
A tsunami of whistles broke the daily hustle and bustle of City Hall Tuesday.
Now and then, I need to clear some space — maybe even start over.
A man (or woman) who wants to be happy will choose to do as much for himself as he can.
If you don’t think Apple’s Macintosh revolutionized computing, go back to bed.