Flush with cash, the ride-hailing company purchases a nearly 400,000-square-foot building in Oakland, California, across the bay from its San Francisco headquarters.
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.
The big game and all its festivities get sweeping protection, from bomb-destroying robots to software that crunches social media looking for threats.
We love the Loon Copter, a drone from Oakland University that can fly like a standard drone...but floats and dives underwater, too.
Sure, you could just talk to the person sitting next to you at the party. But why limit yourself? From Bill Simmons to Shannon Sharpe, these folks will keep you entertained, even if the game doesn't.
Tech-shuttle protests appear to take a turn for the weird as a demonstrator reportedly mounts a bus and vomits down the windshield.
P.T. has been taken off the PlayStation Network. But it's only one of thousands of games that will be lost to time unless copyright law changes. GameSpot's Danny O'Dwyer travels to the Oakland Museum of Arts and Digital Entertainment to uncover the sad, legal truths restricting game preservation.
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 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.