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The San Jose City Council passed an agreement Tuesday evening that will enter the city into exclusive talks with Google over a 6 million-square-foot office and retail complex.
About 500 Silicon Valley workers and labor and immigrant rights activists rallied outside Palo Alto City Hall Tuesday afternoon.
Apple, Google, Facebook and others — have filed a legal brief claiming the executive order "inflicts significant harm on American businesses."
Waymo saw fewer disengagements with the self-driving technology in 2016 compared to 2015.
The contractor who accidentally pierced a 2-inch gas line in Mountain View Wednesday morning, causing a gas leak at Google's headquarters, did not call 811 before digging.
Some 600 Google employees were evacuated from two buildings at the company's headquarters in Mountain View Wednesday morning.
The U.S. Department of Labor sued Google Inc. Wednesday in a dispute about how much employee information the technology giant must provide.
The latest digital exhibit of the California State Archives provides a look at the construction of the Bay Bridge 80 years ago.
An attorney for a 30-year-old man charged last week with arson at Google headquarters argued Friday for his client's release.
A 30-year-old Oakland man who allegedly committed arson at Google headquarters in Mountain View was arrested late last week.
A month-long trial in a copyright battle between Oracle Corp. and Google Inc. began in federal court in San Francisco Tuesday.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee today expressed enthusiasm for the project on Twitter, saying he was "excited" that Google Fiber was coming to San Francisco.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board Tuesday voted to move ahead with revisions to a controversial commuter shuttle program.
A police officer pulled over a driverless vehicle in Mountain View after it appeared be causing a backup.
A Google executive was among the hundreds who died as a result of a 7.8-magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal today.
Two national civil rights organizations filed a citizen complaint against the city of San Francisco Wednesday.
Bay Area businesses are among 379 companies that asked the U.S. Supreme Court to declare a constitutional right to same-sex marriage.
Drivers providing commuter services for Google, Apple,, Genentech, and others voted to join the Teamsters union.
In hopes of making The City more affordable, Mayor Ed Lee called for free Muni passes for its most vulnerable riders.
A convicted sex offender is going back to prison for a long time after a tip from Google led to his conviction.
Senior and disability advocates blocked tech buses in the Mission District to protest rising eviction rates of vulnerable San Francisco residents.
About 20 demonstrators showed up outside of Google Inc. headquarters in Mountain View.
Google is making progress toward a car that can operate without human intervention.
An appeal seeking CEQA review of the commuter shuttle pilot program was voted down.
Google will foot the bill for two years of the SFMTA's free Muni for youth program.
Google on Wednesday ramped up its drive to build out super-fast Internet access in the United States.
A mystery barge being built by Google on Treasure Island may be told to cast off.
Google launched a test run of a private ferry from the East Bay to Silicon Valley.
Shuttle operators will need to pay to pick up and drop off in 200 Muni stops around The City.
Google has seen a big jump in requests from world governments to remove online content.
Tech-savvy sleuths suspect an enormous floating barge in San Francisco Bay is a Google datacenter.
The keenly-anticipated Moto X smartphone aims to revive the withered mobile device maker bought by Google for $12.5 billion.
Apple's share of the global smartphone market fell to 13.6 percent, its lowest level since 2010.
Google revealed lofty plans on Saturday to send balloons to the edge of space to bring the Internet all corners of the planet.
Union members rallied at Google Thursday to protest working conditions for guards at the Internet giant.
A packed crowd soaked up every minute of the 3-1/2 hour Google keynote, including rare remarks from CEO Larry Page.