It wasn’t quite hipster Jeb Bush who arrived at a San Francisco startup— via ride-share service Uber— but the Republican presidential contender did his best Thursday to show he’s not part of what he called the ho-hum stagnation of Washington.
CropX allows farmers to use wireless sensors that send soil readings to the cloud and the startup’s software determines how much water different areas of the field need.
A new app lets annoyed cyclists or drivers harness the power of crowdsourcing to report illegally parked cars.
Offendy … VariationValue … Smartrot… you’ve heard of these companies, right? Wrong. They are actually fake startup names spit out on site built by a couple of Georgia Tech computer science students.
Entrepreneurial inmates at San Quentin are getting a chance to present their ideas to tech and business leaders.
Two Bay Area brothers are recruiting top foodies for anti-Yelp app that’s taking the restaurant scene by storm.
Parenthood is propelling tech leaders to flock to a new kind of school with roots in the Bay Area.
Charles Huang is the COO for Silicon Valley startup Leeo and co-creator of the popular Guitar Hero video game.
At first glance, the ZBoard looks like any other piece of wood on wheels. But take a closer look, and you’ll see it’s a lot smarter, and faster.
A San Francisco startup firm which has been hit by a series of burglaries is using the dating app Tinder to try and catch the burglar who the company says was caught on surveillance video.