Few cities have seen as much disruption as San Francisco has over the last 10 years. Once a hotbed of progressive political activism and engagement, the city is being remade in the image of the booming tech industry, headquartered in Silicon Valley to the south.Rents in some of ...
Solar Impulse embarked this morning on its latest journey, departing the San Francisco Bay Area at dawn, heading toward Phoenix on the first leg of a trip that if all goes well will land the sun-powered airplane in New York City around the Fourth of July.
The 'stable' zones thought to inhibit nearby earthquakes may actually make them worse, a new study shows, implying that California's San Andreas fault may be much more dangerous than believed.
Apple is expected to launch its long-awaited iPhone 5 on Wednesday, September 12, at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.
It should have been a moment of celebration; the recent vote by California lawmakers to back the first phase of a high speed rail line in the state.
Facing harsh criticism after withdrawaing its products from the EPEAT registry, Apple retracted its position on Friday.
Apple's decision to pull out of an environmental certification initiative may cost it millions in sales.
Apple has sent out official invites for a media event that will be held next Wednesday, March 7, in San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts at 10 a.m. Pacific time.
A federal judge has thrown out most provisions of a San Francisco law requiring phone retailers to display the amount of radiation emitted by each device.
Activists linked to the Anonymous cyber collective finally managed to protest responsibly against controversial BART policies without causing major service disruptions or station closures.
Groupon did it. Living Social did it. Now Facebook and Google are doing it. You guessed it! Daily deals.
Much like the local police station, San Francisco’s Entertainment Commission has proposed that all bars and clubs be required to photo and collect ID information from everyone who passes through the door.
Twitter is demanding an eight year local tax break - or else. That's right, the company is threatening to ditch the city of San Francisco for Brisbane if it doesn't receive special treatment.
A hipster pizzeria located in San Francisco's ironic Mission District unceremoniously snubbed Steve Jobs by refusing to seat the turtlenecked Apple King without a reservation.
San Francisco is known for doing some pretty crazy things, and now it has really peeved off the organization that represents the mobile phone industry with a crazy new radiation law.
San Francisco's Board of Supervisors has voted overwhelmingly in favour of a law requiring retailers to display the amount of radiation emitted by cellphones. It's likely to become law after a ten-day comment period.
A former network administrator has been convicted of hijacking San Francisco's computer network and refusing to tell his bosses the passwords.
A man who had prior convictions for burglary and grand theft is back behind bars after he made the mistake of stealing an iPhone that had the GPS tracking app Mobile Me installed.