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Former Uber Chief Executive Officer Travis Kalanick wrapped up his second and last day on the stand in federal court in San Francisco Wednesday by repeating his claim that he didn't hire a top Google engineer for the purpose of stealing technology secrets for driverless cars.
About 300 taxi drivers have stopped working at Mineta San Jose International Airport Monday and are calling for more regulations to ride-booking services.
The Dreamforce conference, featuring top-name speakers and performers, has taken over San Francisco this week.
About 20 demonstrators showed up outside of Google Inc. headquarters in Mountain View.
A group of strangers tumbled out of sleep into a drizzly San Francisco morning.
Samsung's first smartphone with a curved display — the Galaxy Round — has hit the world stage.
A Brisbane man wants an modern, eco-conscious house built from environmentally-tainted Bay Bridge parts.
The author of "Ten Things I Hate About You: SF Edition" gets offered a free one-way trip out of The City.
A packed crowd soaked up every minute of the 3-1/2 hour Google keynote, including rare remarks from CEO Larry Page.
A surge in growth has GoPro ditching their small Half Moon Bay offices for more spacious headquarters in San Mateo.
The rumbling of a shuttle picking up commuters near your San Francisco home is actually the sound of your property value going up.
Open Table has been the big enchilada in online reservations for well over a decade, but start-up Seat Me is the new tool in town.