Samsung lost a surprise legal blow to Apple in South Korea, the electronics giant’s home market.
Fallings out between startup founders aren’t unusual. But it’s full-on weird when one is a vice mayor.
The value of Bitcoins fell by one-third after China banned banks from providing services and products.
A San Diego woman is facing a Jan. 16 trial on charges she was wearing Google Glass while driving.
Malicious software is on the rise, fueled in part by hackers’ ability to bypass a key security measure.
Apple’s shimmering, flying-saucer shaped headquarters has received final approval from the city of Cupertino.
Attorneys representing Apple and Samsung gave closing arguments in a case two years in the making.
Thursday Samsung will continue to argue for $52.7 million in damages as Apple seeks $379.7 million.
A month ago, investors and customers couldn’t get enough of Tesla.
A jury has been selected in the new Apple-Samsung damages trial, with opening arguments expected Wednesday morning.
Twitter made its Wall Street debut Thursday with a raging surge that nearly doubled its stock price.
Attorneys for Apple and Samsung argued Tuesday over what would be admissible at next week’s jury trial.
Twitter boosted the estimated share price of its highly-anticipated IPO to between $23 and $25.
A San Diego woman was ticketed by police Tuesday for distracted driving because she was wearing Google Glass.
Samsung courted “app” makers at its first developers conference at the Westin St. Francis in San Francisco.
Tech-savvy sleuths suspect an enormous floating barge in San Francisco Bay is a Google datacenter.
Apple unveiled the “iPad Air,” a slimmer version of its full-size tablet, and a revamped iPad Mini, bidding to fend off rivals.
Analysts predict slimmer, faster iPads will star at an invitation-only event in The City Tuesday.
Apple’s plan to build a verdant new campus shaped like a flying saucer has been approved by officials in Cupertino.
Samsung’s first smartphone with a curved display — the Galaxy Round — has hit the world stage.
In addition to the 15 percent who don’t use the Internet, another nine percent only go online at work.
On Monday, a commission will consider historical protection for the Los Altos home of the late Steve Jobs.
BlackBerry Friday said it would cut 4,500 jobs as the struggling smartphone maker attempts to retrench.
Apple unveiled two new iPhones, a slick new top-end model and a colorful budget-conscious version.
Apple shares climbed ahead of an expected move Tuesday to expand the iPhone domain with a pair of new models.
Galaxy Gear beats competitors to the wearable tech market. But do people want to talk to their wrist?
Beleaguered cellphone pioneer Nokia will sell its mobile phone unit to Microsoft for more than $7 billion dollars.
The author of “Ten Things I Hate About You: SF Edition” gets offered a free one-way trip out of The City.
After severe backlash, startup tech guy Peter Shih apologizes for his “idiotic and childish” blog post about San Francisco.
AOL’s hyperlocal news provider Patch is slashing 500 jobs in a desperate bid for profitability.
Researchers found time with Facebook made study subjects more unhappy — the opposite of actual human contact.
Corporate raider Carl Icahn said he has taken a “large position” in Apple, calling the tech giant “extremely undervalued.”
When the developers of “Bang with Friends” created their casual-sex app, they didn’t expect to get screwed themselves.
The keenly-anticipated Moto X smartphone aims to revive the withered mobile device maker bought by Google for $12.5 billion.
Social networking giant Facebook Wednesday briefly breached its 2012 IPO price of $38 a share.
Medical examiners are working to figure out what killed 36-year-old hacker and software wizard Barnaby Jack.
Apple’s share of the global smartphone market fell to 13.6 percent, its lowest level since 2010.
New research to be presented next week shows computer systems in cars are more vulnerable to hackers than once thought.
Facebook’s new “graph search” allows users to mine the social network’s trove of experiences.
It’s not Silicon Valley, but the tech scene in Southern California is seeking to put itself on the map.
Apple, like Facebook and Microsoft, receives thousands of surveillance requests from the U.S. government.
Whistle is launching a smart pendant that tracks physical activity levels and sleep patterns in your pooch.
The rush to mobile has put the squeeze on Zynga, forcing hundreds of layoffs and the closure of several studios.
A packed crowd soaked up every minute of the 3-1/2 hour Google keynote, including rare remarks from CEO Larry Page.
A Syrian group injected its own sardonic spin on the deadly conflict after hacking The Onion’s Twitter feed.
San Jose-based Adobe announced it would effectively do away with their flagship Creative Suite and replace it with Creative Cloud.
Apple senior vice president Jonathan “Jony” Ive is believed have turned his eye toward a revamp of Apple’s mobile iOS.
Google announced Monday it will offer its personal assistant app “Google Now” to users of Apple devices.
Orbiting data centers which cluster together space-based servers are under development by engineers.
As if Apple didn’t have enough problems, data suggests their tablet lead is shriveling even amid strong iPad sales.
Apple shares plummeted more than 5 percent Wednesday after a supplier warned of its own lower profits ahead.
Austin, Texas will be the next U.S. city to be hooked by Google up with blazing-fast, gigabit-speed Internet service.
Apple has faced a barrage of negative publicity on state-run TV in China — some say pre-arranged.
While Google continues to clean house, the Internet was upset to find they’ve axed everyone’s favorite RSS reader.
Google showed off their highly-anticipated Google Glass at this week’s South by Southwest conference.
A new smartphone app — and a $70 dongle for your car — can diagnose your whip’s woes without a trip to your shady mechanic or weird “cousin.”
A new app allows iPhone users to stream live video of any public space, any time from anywhere.
Mozilla hopes to drum up some healthy competition with Apple and Google later this year by releasing their widely anticipated Firefox OS smartphone.
China’s army controls a network of cutting-edge hackers, according to a report Tuesday by a U.S. Internet security firm.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook reflects on the company’s sinking stocks as rumors continue to spread about possible new products.
President Barack Obama signed an executive order designed to better protect critical infrastructure from computer hackers.
Should actual code be required for a software patent? You might be surprised to hear even experts don’t agree on the answer.
A new report shows young Silicon Valley executives like Mark Zuckerberg and Sergey Brin are generous with their money toward charity.
After years of research and approval in Europe, the first bionic eye has finally seen the light of day in the United States.
Android and Apple captured 92 percent of global smartphone sales in the fourth quarter, giving the two systems an effective duopoly.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak questioned the accuracy of a long-awaited film about Steve Jobs as the movie opened at Sundance.
Sony’s new tablet is ultra-thin, and, like its Xperia smartphone equivalent, resilient against water and dust.
Facebook’s Graph Search allows strangers to discover information about you that you may not have intended them to find.
A Silicon Valley nonprofit is looking for a few good ideas – to save the Earth.
Facebook announced a new tool to allow users to query their friends’ and public data on the huge social network.
If you thought smartphones couldn’t get any bigger, this 1080p monster just proved you wrong.