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49ers releasing Leon Hall, before he plays a game

The Leon Hall era in San Francisco lasted zero games. Hall, the former Bengals and Giants cornerback, is being released by the 49ers, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. The 49ers just signed Hall last week, and he was inactive for his one and only game since signing in San Francisco. The move suggests [more]

Sweden’s Assa Abloy acquires smart lock startup August Home

Smart lock startup August Home has been acquired by Swedish lock giant Assa Ablo. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Founded out of San Francisco in 2013, August creates a home access system that uses smartphones to lock and unlock doors. Before being acquired, it had inked some notable partnerships with property marketplaces like Airbnb and […]

You Think You’re a Fan, Man? – Well, This Driver has Got You Beat – All Bases Covered Here

TweetA Trifecta of Fandom: Nothing beats the Oakland Warriors + the San Francisco Giants + the Santa Clara 49ers all together, man.

Google Pixel Buds vs Apple AirPods: Who Wins The Race

Tech Giant Google also introduced several things alongside Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 series during their annual event held at San Francisco. For the first time in history, Google come up with wireless headphones. The wireless headphones...Show More Summary

What Gaming Giant EA Knows About Bridging Creativity and Profit

In an interview at Singularity University’s Global Summit in San Francisco, Andy Billings spoke to us about how he’s bridging the gap between the creative and business sides of Electronic Arts, one of the world’s leading video game companies. “I’ve got one of the greatest jobs there at Electronic Arts,” said Billings. “It’s at the intersection of creativity… It’s […]

American Mariners Fret Over Attacks on Jones Act

By Daniel Flatley (Bloomberg) — On the darkened bridge of the Chesapeake Trader, with radio chatter filling the air, three officers were easing the giant freighter into San Francisco Bay when an unexpected vessel suddenly appeared on the starboard side. Show More Summary

Hall of Fame quarterback Y.A. Tittle dies at 90

Y.A. Tittle, the prolific QB who powered the San Francisco 49ers and New York Giants in the 1950s and '60s, died at age 90.        

S.F. real estate is the most ‘overvalued’ in the U.S., according to banking giant

Don’t call it a bubble. San Francisco’s real estate market is merely “overvalued,” according to a new report from UBS. The financial services firm’s annual Global Real Estate Bubble Index says that, even amid rising prices, the relatively high incomes in San Francisco make buying a home here “relatively feasible.” However, San Francisco is still the most

Oracle Sued for Unequally Paying Women

Altshuler Berzon, a small San Francisco firm, has taken on some giants in the Silicon Valley recently. The 25-lawyer firm sued Google last month, alleging gender and pay discrimination. Not ones to rest on their pleadings, the attorneys are also suing Oracle on gender grounds. In some ways, the......

Say hello to Google Home Max, a giant, super-powered smart speaker

Google is introducing a new member to the Home family: Google Home Max. At the company's hardware event in San Francisco on Wednesday, Google revealed the high-end new speakers that will fill entire rooms with personalized sound. SEE...Show More Summary

Uber's Indian Rival in Talks to Raise Up to $2 Billion

Uber Technologies Inc.’s rival in India, Ola, is in talks to raise as much as $2 billion, a cash injection that would provide added fuel to fight the San Francisco ride-hailing giant in the world’s second-most-populous country.

GM is testing its autonomous cars in one of the most challenging cities for driving (GM)

General Motors acquired San Francisco based Cruise Automation in 2016 to add an additional dimension to the giant automaker's plans for self-driving cars. While technologies such as Cadillac Super Cruise — which we recently tested —Show More Summary

Cueto says he'll likely return after Giants close with win

2 weeks agoNews : USAToday: News

Pablo Sandoval hit a game-ending solo homer with one out in the ninth inning, lifting the Giants over the San Diego Padres 5-4 in what may have been Johnny Cueto's final start with San Francisco        

Pablo Sandoval's walk-off homer in Game 162 costs Giants No. 1 pick in 2018 draft

A loss would've clinched next year's top pick for San Francisco, but Pablo Sandoval had other ideas

TTM autographs received: Mike Krukow

The longtime broadcaster for the San Francisco Giants signed my cards in several months - Krukow's career in the booth with partner Duane Kuiper and dealing with a condition called IBM is detailed in-depth in this ESPN story I stumbled upon through Krukow's page on Wikipedia.

It's a little too soon for the Dodgers to feel all bubbly

3 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

The locker room Dave Roberts stepped into Friday night wasn’t the same place he walked through before the Dodgers’ 4-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants. Yasiel Puig splashed beer around the clubhouse. Joc Pederson smoked a cigar. Players smiled and embraced. Roberts felt reborn, the weight...

AI for Energy: A Huge Opportunity, but Still Early Days

When Chris Shelton, chief technology officer for electricity giant AES, takes the stage at a tech conference in San Francisco this week, he’ll be the rare name in energy. The rest of the lineup looks more like traditional Silicon Valley...Show More Summary

Dodgers' Dave Roberts keeps Yasiel Puig on bench after baserunning blunder

3 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts couldn’t hide his anger with outfielder Yasiel Puig on Sunday, a day after the outfielder made the last out of a one-run loss to the San Francisco Giants on a baserunning blunder. Puig did not play Sunday for only the third time since June 28. Asked whether Puig’s base-stealing...

SF first city to sue Equifax credit agency over massive data breach

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera sued Equifax on Tuesday, accusing the credit-reporting giant of putting more than 15 million Californians at risk of identity theft by failing to adequately safeguard their personal information. The...Show More Summary

Former MLB slugger Aubrey Huff takes another swing at selling his San Diego home

After renovating his San Diego home, former San Francisco Giants slugger Aubrey Huff is looking to score a sale. The two-time World Series champion has relisted the five-bedroom house in the Rancho Pacifica neighborhood for $4.4 million. A year ago he was asking $4.1 million, records show. Set...

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