A major migration is under way, with technology companies large and small setting up shop in San Francisco and bypassing the historic heart of the tech industry.
As business booms the city is chockablock with activity. But even as San Francisco enjoys a new golden age, it's struggling with a widening divide between haves and have-nots.
Another giant, ugly oarfish appears on a California beach. Experts say this is unheard of. What do these fish want from us?
Korean researchers are developing seafaring robots that can shred jellyfish, which have interfered with nuclear power plants around the world.
Flying too far from its perch, a promotional tweet makes it way uninvited to smartphone screens, likely because of a bug.
A radio station in Tuscumbia, Ala., is changing formats. So it says aliens are taking over to see what music people really like. Soon, police presence escalates after fears of bombs being dropped.
Intel and Toshiba collaborate with the likes of Harvey Keitel to make a new movie series that won't get up your nose. It will merely stay beneath it.
This year several new upstarts will attempt to take your attention away from the new game consoles (and the older ones) coming from Sony and Microsoft. Let's see how they stack up.
America is, scientists say, under an invasion of a new ant species -- Nylanderia fulva -- that has a true taste for gadgets of all kinds.
The Android operating system comes loaded on new computers from Asus and Acer, Apple gets closer to making iRadio a reality, and the Vine app swings over to Android.