If you live in San Francisco and work at a tech company in Silicon Valley, you probably take a shuttle to work. Now, an impressive new map shows just how extensive these shuttle services are.
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Verizon is selling its version of the iPhone 5 unlocked, and the company plans to keep it that way, according to a Verizon spokesperson who spoke to the AP.
Toyota has canceled plans for its eQ electric car. But that's not a huge about-face: Toyota has always "taken a more conservative view of the market for battery-powered cars" than Nissan, General Motors, and other companies.
Tesla Motors will reveal not only the looks and details of the Supercharger but also its deployment plans in a webcast tonight from an event that starts at 7:30 Pacific (10:30 p.m. Eastern).
Apple and Samsung have many beefs with each other. But for now, it appears, Samsung is still manufacturing the A6 processor inside Apple's flagship iPhone 5.
Editor's Pick The handy utility If This Then That (IFTTT) recently announced the end of its Twitter integration. Fortunately, there are workaround.
That didn't take long: Yesterday, iPhone hacker Grant Paul, aka chpwn, posted pictures of his jailbroken iPhone 5.
If you were one of the 12 construction workers building Apple's new "prototype" store in Palo Alto, Calif., you were working hard as the sun came up -- perhaps in order to hit an October deadline.
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Download speed is one of the most critical features for retail customers online. Unfortunately, when it comes to Social Retail startups on the smartphone or tablet, there are probably a lot of frustrated visitors.
Editor's Pick How much longer will Silicon Valley stand by and watch the "silicon" part of its name get washed away like so much sand?
A leaked video of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney talking frankly about his election strategy has caused an uproar in social media.
With a Buy It Now price on the eBay auction of $145,000, the seller stands to make a healthy little profit should they find a buyer.
Oracle has snapped up SelectMinds, a provider of recruiting automation tools, to bolster its portfolio of cloud-based employee and HR services.
Poor Asus. Its upcoming Windows 8 tablets will cost $600 to $1,300, according to a leaked roadmap published by ZDNet (and republished above), which means that almost no one will buy them.
Apple has entered a new phase in the evolution of its iPhone line, and you can pretty much forget about radical reinventions from now on.
Most companies would be better off with any kind of data than they are today. An embarrassing number of business decisions are made without reference to real data.
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Apple has made it through the bruising hand-to-hand combat of its latest patent trial, and it's defeated all the lawyers that Samsung could throw at it. Now it's got to face the big boss at the end: Google.
PCH International, a 3,000-person global company with $80 million in funding from a wide range of venture capital firms, is opening a new sustainable package design center in San Francisco.