Posts Tagged ‘Google’
Google will foot the bill for two years of the SFMTA’s free Muni for youth program.
Google on Wednesday ramped up its drive to build out super-fast Internet access in the United States.
A mystery barge being built by Google on Treasure Island may be told to cast off.
Google launched a test run of a private ferry from the East Bay to Silicon Valley.
Shuttle operators will need to pay to pick up and drop off in 200 Muni stops around The City.
Google has seen a big jump in requests from world governments to remove online content.
Tech-savvy sleuths suspect an enormous floating barge in San Francisco Bay is a Google datacenter.
The keenly-anticipated Moto X smartphone aims to revive the withered mobile device maker bought by Google for $12.5 billion.
Apple’s share of the global smartphone market fell to 13.6 percent, its lowest level since 2010.
Google revealed lofty plans on Saturday to send balloons to the edge of space to bring the Internet all corners of the planet.
Union members rallied at Google Thursday to protest working conditions for guards at the Internet giant.
A packed crowd soaked up every minute of the 3-1/2 hour Google keynote, including rare remarks from CEO Larry Page.
Google announced Monday it will offer its personal assistant app “Google Now” to users of Apple devices.
Ever wonder what will happen to your emails and social media accounts when you die? Don’t worry, Google’s got your back.
Austin, Texas will be the next U.S. city to be hooked by Google up with blazing-fast, gigabit-speed Internet service.
Many spend Easter worshiping The Risen One, though others — including Google — are honoring the birthday of labor leader Cesar Chavez.
While Google continues to clean house, the Internet was upset to find they’ve axed everyone’s favorite RSS reader.
Google showed off their highly-anticipated Google Glass at this week’s South by Southwest conference.
A new report shows young Silicon Valley executives like Mark Zuckerberg and Sergey Brin are generous with their money toward charity.
‘Siri’ may offer witty comebacks for certain questions, but in tests, Google’s voice search was faster and more accurate.
Google avoided paying billions in federal income tax last year by shifting nearly $10 billion in revenue to Bermuda.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed a law Tuesday allowing the testing of self-driving cars in California.
You can now take a stunning, panoramic virtual road trip through California’s state and national parks right from your computer or smartphone.
For a Hyundai more than $100,000 a month, Google big wigs get to park their jets at Moffett Field.
The rumbling of a shuttle picking up commuters near your San Francisco home is actually the sound of your property value going up.
In this day and age, people are too smart to be fed dreamy crap with little to back it up.
Engineers at Google have a definite vision for the future. Thankfully for Taco Bell, that vision includes sour cream and salsa.
Google+ tries to amp up its cool factor with an underwater hangout at the Great Barrier Reef.
Google has held onto its “Don’t Be Evil” motto, but many believe they’ve gone to the dark side anyway.