The biggest earthquake to rock the San Francisco Bay Area in 25 years hit early Sunday, and technology -- including a project in part backed by Google -- could put us into a better position than ever to react.
Nearly 75 million mobile users have created more than 2 million magazines, and now the the company wants to bring its flips to the Web. CEO Mike McCue recalls a time when Flipboard was just a cardboard cutout of an iPad.
Benioff: "Are you and your company going through a social revolution? It will denote who is successful and who will fail."
The city's law requiring cell phone retailers to disclose possible health risks from cell phone radiation will have an important day in court today.
Google's co-founder lets California's lieutenant governor and Current TV talk show host Gavin Newsom try on a pair of Project Glass specs, without revealing much of how they work.
A survey by a Webcasting and virtual events company suggests that Houston tops the list of cities that execs would avoid for a conference or trade show. Los Angeles was second.
Chat logs show what may have motivated Army enlistee Bradley Manning, an AJAX, PHP, and MySQL programmer, to allegedly turn over megabytes of sensitive documents to WikiLeaks.
Even if it isn't, they appear very close in terms of human resources. What does this mean considering Zynga is still dependent on Facebook for much of its traffic?
The colorful airline brought in California's governor and San Francisco's mayor to celebrate its first international route from San Francisco to Toronto.
The Virgin Group billionaire talked to CNET in-flight about why he doesn't see Elon Musk's SpaceX as a competitor and what he thinks BP should do next.