Recent events have thrust safety into focus for Bay Area sex workers.
Lyft is facing legal challenges in New York City where taxi regulators say the ride sharing service is not authorized to operate. Lyft Co-founder John Zimmer says the 'rules were written decades ago.' Laurie Segall reports.
One step closer to unmanned aerial vehicles delivering your online orders, Amazon asked the Federal Aviation Administration for permission to test the drones on its property.
The Federal Trade Commission insists that Amazon knew it was charging minors for games without parental consent, and that internal emails call the situation a 'house on fire.'
A new analysis from The Washington Post suggests nine out of ten people whose emails and online activities were scooped up by the National Security Agency were bystanders, not targets.
Cyber forensics experts have developed a way to to steal passwords entered on a smartphone or tablet using Google Glass and other recording devices. Laurie Segall reports.
Taking an aggressive stance against haters with BlackBerry Fact Check, CEO John Chen is starting to have a bit of success turning the smartphone maker around.
BlaBlaCar allows drivers in Europe to share car space and costs on long journeys.
The coolest dating app around, Tinder is rapidly gaining popularity among young singles. The CEO explains how the app matches people.