For eight years, A's coach Tye Waller has been collecting data on opposing players and methodically building an application that gives the team an advantage on defense and on the bases.
Tech-shuttle protests appear to take a turn for the weird as a demonstrator reportedly mounts a bus and vomits down the windshield.
Relievers will be able to wear the high-tech specs on the field for team activities but not during games, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Artist Leo Villareal has created a large-scale LED sculpture that will enliven the Bay Bridge for the next two years. CBS This Morning's John Blackstone reports on how the project came to light.
The hacktivist group releases a document filled with private information on a group of City Hall and police department personnel. One councilwoman, whom Anonymous thanked for her community support, was spared.
Personal information about officers like contact info and schedules is posted to public Pastebin page after police actions to quell crowd appear to result in injury of war veteran. Hacker offers reward for information on the incident.
The Crucible's 9th annual Fire Arts Festival in Oakland, Calif., lights up the night with interactive art.
The quick spread of online videos taken by onlookers of a BART police officer shooting an unarmed man angers the community and plays a big role in its intense response.
The team with the best record in baseball right now, the Oakland A's, has gotten there in part by using a high-tech tool to interpret the game's myriad stats. CNET's Kara Tsuboi explains more.
Following similar protests in San Francisco and Oakland, demonstrators blocked tech shuttle buses in the Great Northwest.