Engineers, Entrepreneurs Hoping To Re-Engineer Humans For Skill, StrengthA growing number of engineers, biohackers and entrepreneurs hope one day we’ll all be super human
Workers, Activists Meet With U.S. Labor Secretary Over 'Gig' Jobs That Offer No BenefitsThere is a new push to make sure that the thousands of people in the Bay Area working jobs that provide full-time work but no full-time benefits are not having their rights violated, which is why workers and activists met Tuesday with the US Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez.
Liam Mayclem Reflects On David BowieVIDEO: On June 1999, David Bowie was interviewed by Liam Mayclem for "Internet Tonight"...
Mobile App Connects Victims Of Violence With Safe Spaces
Robert De Niro Launches F-Bomb At San Francisco Tech CEORobert De Niro apparently doesn't take kindly to tech moguls he thinks are disrespecting celebrities.
San Jose, Not SF, Ranked Richest City In AmericaSan Jose is the richest and most productive hub in the U.S., according to a new report.
Palo Alto Shack Available For Under $2 MillionThere's no escaping the Bay Area's red hot housing market.
From Mars To Coral Sea, Google Taking Students On Virtual Field TripsGoogle is teaming up with hundreds of schools to take kids on field trips where no bus has ever gone.
Square Boosts Expected IPO Value Up 47% In Dicey MarketSquare, the six-year-old company known for its white, cube-shaped card readers that plug into smartphones, is boosting its planned initial public offering value by 47 percent in what has become a very dicey market for new companies trying to raise cash.
San Francisco To Re-Elect Mayor Amid Tech-Driven Development WorriesMayor Ed Lee is expected to win re-election Tuesday even as the San Francisco ballot reflects deep concern over the tech-driven development he's championed in his five years in office.
This Is What 'Christopher Columbusing' Looks Like In OaklandOakland filmmaker N'Jeri Eaton got busy "Columbusing" this past Halloween weekend in a culturally-rich area dealing with a surge of well-endowed techies.
Report: Apple Employees Driving Up Bay Area Home PricesEmployees of the some of the country's top technology companies aren't only leaving behind other Americans in terms of their wealth -- they're also sprinting ahead of their fellow techies.
SF App Offering Solution For Rising 'Porch Pirate' TheftsRick Deckman was expecting UPS to leave two packages on his porch, but instead, home surveillance video caught an unexpected visitor pulling up in a U-Haul and stealing his stuff in seconds.
Airbnb Removes Snarky Bus Stop Ads, Apologizes For Offending San FranciscansAirbnb apologized after posting a series of controversial ads in San Francisco that offered suggestions on how public libraries, parking enforcement and other government services could use money the company was forced to pay in hotel taxes.
Feds Scrambling To Set Drone Registration Rules Before ChristmasFederal regulators will require the registration of most drone aircraft to help track operators who flout safety rules and to encourage greater accountability, according to a drone industry official.