Gov. Jerry Brown signed a new law into effect that will prevent businesses from retaliating against a patron who writes a negative review.
About 3 million usernames and passwords were dumped in an online forum, but Google says that only about 2 percent were live accounts, reports say.
JetBlue co-founder Alex Wilcox hopes to bring private jets to the (slightly) less rich.
Thumbtack CEO Marco Zappacosta looked for a business left to disrupt. Google leads a $100 million bet on him.
NPR's Laura Sydell and VentureBeat editor-in-chief Dylan Tweney discuss the upcoming Apple announcement and iCloud security flaws.
In a last-minute comment, Apple chief Tim Cook and U2 agree to give Apple users U2's new album, "Songs of Innocence" free of charge
Amid Apple's event, Snapchat announces that it has reached a settlement with ousted founder Reggie Brown.
The new iPhone 6 will be skinnier, faster, sharper and larger than its predecessors -- and is being integrated with new payment system Apple Pay.
Apple finally unveiled its first smartwatch, but declined to call it an iWatch. Instead, the wearable is simply the Apple Watch.
Journalist Tracy Swedlow of Interactive TV discusses the rise of video on the go.