Forget impeccable customer service and superb-quality food — one Richmond restaurant is working to become the worst-rated restaurant in the Bay Area as a way to fight back Yelp.
The Circle the Schools initiative uses an adopt-a-school model to connect San Francisco-based companies with schools.
Audi is the first automaker to get a permit to test self-driving cars on California roads, the same day new state regulations took effect.
There was no Apple a day for the kids in the Jobs household, according to a New York Times article.
Antioch residents have a new crime-fighting tool at their fingertips to instantly communicate with local law enforcement and report suspicious activity.
Hewlett-Packard has pleaded guilty to felony charges that former employees bribed Russian government officials for a contract, and the company has been fined $58.7 million.
For a third consecutive year, some of San Francisco’s biggest names in the startup world will open their doors to the public for free tours Thursday and Friday.
Long after most journalists were ushered out of Apple’s launch event Tuesday, one stuck around to take the first group photo of the company’s new and super-secretive Industrial Design team.
Seismologists at the Lawrence Livermore Lab will use their supercomputers to simulate detailed ground motion from last month’s earthquake in Napa.
Apple fans took their frustrations out on Twitter Monday morning, reporting massive problems with viewing the live stream on Apple’s website.