Netscape founder Marc Andreessen says startups are burning too much cash right now, at a rate similar to the 1999 dot com bubble, according to Business Insider. Andreessen went on Twitter last week to warn that overspending companies will “vaporize” when the broader stock market begins to go south.
A driver for the ridesharing service Uber has pleaded not guilty to charges he seriously injured a passenger by attacking him with a hammer earlier this week.
Shut down your hand coded website, cancel your trip to the anti-NASA convention in Boise, Bay Area chip-maker Nvidia has debunked the conspiracy theories around the Apollo 11 moon landing using their latest graphics chip.
San Francisco, Los Angeles DA’s Warn Ride Service Companies Uber, Lyft, Sidecar To Halt ‘Illegal’ Practices
The district attorneys are warning the ride service companies about possible legal action if they don’t change their “illegal practices.”
The U.S. Postal Service is looking to build upon a pilot delivery program launched with Amazon.com in San Francisco and expand it to other major cities.
The idea of your jet fuel coming from sawdust, twigs, bark, and wood biomass might seem odd, but Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) has always done things a bit differently, and Wednesday announced that starting in 2016, jets flying from San Francisco, San Jose, and Oakland would begin using a sustainable, low-carbon biofuel in addition to regular fuel.
A San Francisco firm has unveiled an app designed for people with acne that will connect them with doctors and a treatment plan, while offering a vision in an emerging market of telemedicine.
The government plans to announce Thursday that it is granting permits to seven movie and television production companies to use drones for filming, an important step toward greater use of the technology by commercial operators, said attorneys and a company official familiar with the decision.
It has been kind of a while since we first heard about Cat Town Cafe, a cafe/cat adoption center hybrid rumored to open in Oakland.
A judge in San Mateo County Superior Court has ruled against a billionaire landowner who blocked acccess to a popular Peninsula beach, saying he violated the California Coastal Act.