As if we weren't still reeling from the 2013 disaster, Jobs, starring Ashton Kutcher, Hollywood is bringing beloved Apple pioneer Steve Jobs to the big screen once again—this time starring X-Men's Michael Fassbender as the tech visionary.
If you've ever dreamed of tackling Half Dome but worry about not seeing the trail beforehand (who wants to hang off of a rock with no idea where to find a foothold?), a new Bayview-based startup might be the answer to your climbing wanderlust.
With their sun-kissed torsos, beach-tossed locks, and laidback outlook on life, surfers have provided decades of stereotypes and cliches in media and advertising. But there is something different about today's surfers in San Francisco. Meet the local startup execs who are grabbing boards and getting down to business.
What does female power look like?
Boy wonder and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has decided to give back to California's large community of undocumented students seeking a college education.
According to a ruling by the California Labor Commission, Uber drivers are employees, not contract workers. The distinction could have serious consequences for San Francisco's booming share economy.
How can San Francisco fashion compete with that of New York, Milan, Paris, and London? By leveraging what the city does best: technology. At Westfield San Francisco Centre, the new Bespoke coworking space is designed to seamlessly integrate fashion with tech.
Robots have at last made their way into mainstream American life. Or into Bay Area life, anyway, where drones hover above Dolores Park and deliver OTC drugs to your house. Whatever. But this robot...this robot...is something else. This robot can 3D print an honest-to-goodness bridge.
Never mind the flop that was Google Glass. Google's technology has already taken over the world, and now driverless cars are on the way. So what's next? Smart jeans, of course.