At a time when San Francisco is under fire for being too "techie," some local nonprofits have teamed up with a leading enterprise-technology company to try to show the tech industry's philanthropic side.
Questions of privacy arise after a woman says she was "verbally and physically assaulted" for wearing the device in a San Francisco bar.
We crowdsource entertainment, why not our hearts? The Dating Ring Crowdtilt Campaign wants to send East Coast single ladies searching for Mr. Right to the Bay Area. It's all about taking a chance.
The Salesforce CEO is urging technology firms to give more charitably to programs in the Bay Area.
Out of milk and bread? San Francisco area customers may soon be able to skip the store and buy groceries online via AmazonFresh, reports All Things D.
Make-A-Wish Foundation transforms San Francisco into Gotham City for a day, and Batkid saves the day.
Next up in his quest to turn "aquatic biking" into a global phenomenon, BayCycle Project founder Judah Schiller will cross the Hudson on a bike fixed to a portable flotation device.
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.
It looks like Google has been working on an oversize secret project on San Francisco's Treasure Island. A water-based data center? Could well be.
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.