The move to offer readers "unrivaled content" separate from the free SFGate.com appears to be an attempt to woo readers back to good old-fashioned print.
The newspaper introduced a new subscription-only Web site in March that charged for access to "premium" stories and columns. But its content is reportedly free now.
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A California man is apparently so surprised to discover that the police would rather like to catch up with him that he turns himself in.
The Salesforce CEO is urging technology firms to give more charitably to programs in the Bay Area.
From Batkid to a Lego car that actually runs, 2013 was filled with thrilling geek moments celebrating hacker ingenuity, superheroes, and zombies.
Even Sith Lords have trouble getting their kids to go to sleep. Author Jeffrey Brown's new "Star Wars" book shows the softer side of Darth Vader as a more patient father.
Thirty-one of the city's parks, plazas, and rec centers will be getting free Wi-Fi within the next year; and the Web giant is paying for equipment costs, installation, and maintenance.
SF Mayor Ed Lee announces a program that would require shuttle buses used by tech companies to pay up for using stops designated for city public transit.
San Francisco's Stanford Court Hotel wants to attract the techie crowd. So Google Glass wearers get a free drink. There must be a catch, right? Well, a small one.