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A global movement is growing - but not the kind you might expect. Twitter users are enjoying the hunt for cash hidden in cities from the US to Europe and Africa, planted by anonymous philanthropists.
San Francisco woman Sarah Slocum has managed to film her assault with a Google Glass device. The footage shows a man approaching her while being verbally abused by a female in the background.
Google has been ordered to move its barge - believed to be a giant floating showroom in the making - from San Francisco Bay, after failing to secure the proper permissions for its construction there.
Microsoft has revealed that it will hold its BUILD 2014 developers conference in San Francisco on April 2-4, with registration to begin on January 14 at noon Eastern.
Google's plans for a floating showroom in San Francisco Bay appear to be on hold, with construction on the barge having been put "on hiatus" shortly after an inspection by the US Coast Guard.
London is the latest major city to join the Secure our Smartphones alliance in an effort to curb smartphone theft. The SOS is working with industry players to create deterrents for smartphone theft.
Microsoft's BUILD conference gets under way in San Francisco this week - we take a look at we're expecting (and not expecting) to hear, including Windows 8.1, Windows Phone and the 'Surface Mini'.
Google's hunt for new Explorers with Glass is over. While the contest ran during February, the company has only begun to send out invitations to join the Explorer Program via Google+ today.
The new stadium for the San Francisco 49ers football team is currently under construction and when it opens in 2014 it will have WiFi service for all 68,500 fans in the stadium at once.
Microsoft has launched a Windows 8 promotion that offers residents in New York City and San Francisco free access to WiFi hotspots from provider Boingo from now until the end of 2012.
Sprint's 4G rollout has been much faster than expected. Silicon Valley seems to have gained 4G connectivity overnight, much more quickly than the original schedule suggested it would.
The ESA trade group will be making an announcement related to where and when the 2013 edition of the Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show will be held on Monday.
A new rumor claims that when Apple holds its press event to launch the iPhone 5 it will be held at Apple's actual office campus in Cupertino, California, rather than San Francisco.
As promised a few members of the hacker group Anonymous joined a real world protest in San Francisco on Monday after it hacked into the BART rapid transit web site.
The hacker group Anonymous has struck again, defacing the official web site of San Francisco's BART rapid transit system as part of a protest against BART.
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