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Obama Addresses Brexit Vote At Stanford Tech SummitPresident Obama spoke about the Brexit vote for the first time Friday morning as he attended a tech summit on the Stanford campus.
Judge Grants Preliminary Approval To $27 Million Lyft Driver SettlementA federal judge in San Francisco gave preliminary approval Friday to a lawsuit settlement that would give $27 million to 163,000 present and former Lyft drivers in California.
President Obama Lands At Crissy Field Before Dining Out In San FranciscoPresident Obama made quite the entrance as he flew into San Francisco on Marine One and landed at Crissy Field.
San Francisco Seeks Court Order Against Short-Term Rental Site HomeAwaySan Francisco moved to force short-term rental site HomeAway.com to hand over information about hosts and transactions in San Francisco to city tax collectors.
President Obama Lands In Bay Area For Conference With Tech LeadersPresident Barack Obama landed at Moffett Field in Mountain View Thursday evening for his third trip this year to the Bay Area for a roughly 20-hour trip that includes a conference alongside tech industry leaders.
Facebook's Instagram Adding 'Translation' Button To Help Global Users ConnectInstagram is aiming to increase interaction with users across the globe through a new translation button it plans to roll out in the next month.
San Francisco-Based Twilio Shares Soar In Stock Market DebutTwilio shares soared 70 percent after the technology company's debut on the stock market Thursday.
People Are Implanting Microchips Under Their Skin To Improve Their LivesMicrochip implants are a popular way to keep track of pets, but now some people are getting them implanted in hopes of improving their lives.
Google Chief, NASA Launch Interplanetary Internet Connection In SpaceA Google exec and a team at NASA has designed a Solar System Internet connection that actually works in outer space.
Ground-Breaking Syringe Design Could Save Lives In Killer QuakeA product of the battlefield, a new high-tech syringe has the potential to save lives in mass casualty situations inside big city trauma centers.
LED Streetlights Could Led To Sleepless NightsWhile LED streetlights may be saving energy, doctors say their blue glow may be leading to sleepless nights.
Do You See Blue Or Green? Survey Reveals Color Divide Over SwatchRemember the dress that divided the Internet last year? Some said it was black and blue, others gold and white. It's happening again.

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