Titan, the drone company Google acquired last year, plans to conduct its maiden voyage this year of aircraft that could provide internet to people on the ground.
Hillside Apartments have been called the worst in Oakland. Neighbors have a nickname for the complex: Killside Prison.
Thanks to Oakland’s voter-approved Measure FF, minimum wages will rise to $12.25/hour on Monday. But as this employee wages go up, so go food prices forcing some restaurants to raise prices and cut worker hours.
Drivers for Compass Transportation, a shuttle-bus company providing commuter services for Google, Apple, Microsoft, Genentech, and other Bay Area clients, voted to join the Teamsters union, union officials said Friday evening.
A massive penthouse condo atop a luxury high-rise in San Francisco’s South of Market is being offered for a whopping $49 million, shattering local real estate records.
Google is backing off a decision to conceal sexually explicit material on its Blogger service in reaction to an outcry from people incensed about the censorship of their nude photos.
Native American Tribes Meet To Discuss Legalizing Pot On Reservations; NorCal Tribe Already Cashing In On Green Rush
Tribal leaders are drafting regulations for a marijuana industry, and they toured some dispensaries. “Historically we’ve always had the medicine man, and they’ve always prescribed herbal medicine,” said one leader.
16 Bizarre, Surprising, Or Creepy Google Projects From Bloodstream Robots, Military Dogs, Lunar Bases, And Even Deodorant
From lightbulbs to your bloodstream, genomes to Terminator-type robots, Google is involved in every aspect of your life–and even in extending life–and possibly preserving your digital self forever.
Google is tired of all of their innovation taking place in “immovable concrete buildings” and they’ve come up with a design for their Mountain View headquarters that matches their avant-garde reputation.
Sinbad’s, a San Francisco waterfront restaurant that has been an institution since the 1970s, is being told to clear out by March 21.