The Golden State Warriors are weeks from opening a sleek $1.5 billion sports and entertainment complex in San Francisco thanks largely to a years-long tech boom that made it financially feasible, the team’s president said on Monday.
In a rare motion initiated by a US immigration lawyer, a Cambodian deportee returned to San Francisco to be reunited with his family after the US Supreme Court ruled that his crime was not a deportable offence.
Richard Sherman proclames the NFL “will be flag football soon” because of its player-safety mandates.
The woman identified as the attacker at YouTube’s headquarters is a vegan blogger.
Ride-share titan Uber reveals that its losses last year swelled.
Companies spend millions to comply with a landmark EU data protection law.
YouTube announces ramped-up rules regarding when it will run ads.
Shares of Facebook Inc fell more than 4 percent on Friday and were on track for their worst session.
Part of the support for Apple may reflect a change in its business strategy.
Twitter-users shall “tweetstorm” by linking posts in “threads” to expound the length of the short-form messaging service.
Technology titans are weaving their way into childhoods to form lifelong bonds, raising hackles of advocacy groups.
Tumblr founder and chief David Karp announces he is leaving the nearly 11-year-old blogging platform.
SoftBank and Dragoneer Investment Group agreed on November 12 to lead a group that would invest as much as $10 billion in Uber
Authorities hope weaker winds will help more than 10,000 firefighters battle the deadliest blazes in California history.