A proposed FCC regulation would give third-party consumer electronics manufacturers access to television channels and exclusive, on-demand content without needing approval from cable and satellite providers.
Following the magnitude 8.9 earthquake that struck last night off the eastern coast of Japan, locals gathered at Half Moon Bay beaches, hoping to catch glimpses of the expected tidal surge.
The weather did not live up to the hype in San Francisco early Saturday morning. A crowd of 50 formed at Twin Peaks, one of the city’s highest points, but the sky was clear and the pavement was dry at 1:30 a.m.
Bill Gross, founder of Southern California company Idealab, kicked off Stanford’s Entrepreneurship Week with advice for student entrepreneurs and info about his new solar energy firm, eSolar.
imeem was once a booming social media service. It’s now defunct, but its founder, Dalton Caldwell, is using the lessons he learned to launch a new photo sharing app for Androids and iPhones.
A survey of beach goers at Half Moon Bay State Beach illustrated differing opinions on California Proposition 21, which would replace state parks’ day use fees with an annual $18 vehicle license fee.
U.S. Firearms became Sunnyvale’s first dedicated gun store in 20 years, drawing the ire of many nearby residents and parents.
The business, permitted under the city’s zoning codes, is less than a mile from two elementary schools and a preschool. While the business owner began applying for permits in December, neighbors were caught off-guard — only discovering the store’s existence when the building’s marquee was unveiled three weeks ago.