The Oakland Unified School District, Oakland Public Education Fund and the city of Oakland announced Tuesday that more than $1.5 million has been to support …
The Falkor, one of the most advanced ocean research vessels in the world, is stopping in San Francisco before it embarks on an exploration of hydrothermal vents off the coast of California.
Passengers on the Altamont Corridor Express, a commuter train that runs from San Jose to Stockton, will be able to enjoy expanded internet access in transit.
San Francisco Supervisor Mark Farrell called for the development of a citywide municipal fiber network Tuesday, that could deliver high-speed internet service to every resident in the city.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee today expressed enthusiasm for the project on Twitter, saying he was “excited” that Google Fiber was coming to San Francisco.
San Francisco city officials gathered with Comcast executives and senior citizens Wednesday to launch a new affordable Internet plan aimed at decreasing isolation.
BART officials announced the agency has terminated its agreement with a company to provide free wireless Internet service.
Supporters of net neutrality in San Francisco applauded President Barack Obama’s efforts Monday.
As of September 5, computer users will be able to reserve up to two one-hour sessions per day.
Low-income families can receive Internet service as well as a free computer loaded with software.
About 20 demonstrators showed up outside of Google Inc. headquarters in Mountain View.
Free Internet access for all San Franciscans. It’s been promised, but never delivered upon.
Apple and Comcast are reportedly in talks over streaming TV and special access to high-speed networks.
Google on Wednesday ramped up its drive to build out super-fast Internet access in the United States.
In addition to the 15 percent who don’t use the Internet, another nine percent only go online at work.
Teens with a nightmarish propensity to post underage hijinks will soon be able to erase their naughty tracks.
Google revealed lofty plans on Saturday to send balloons to the edge of space to bring the Internet all corners of the planet.
The new free Wi-Fi system in Santa Clara is the first of its kind in the country, using “smart” meters to transmit Internet traffic.
While Google continues to clean house, the Internet was upset to find they’ve axed everyone’s favorite RSS reader.