Chinese tech giant LeEco on Wednesday organized its first major press conference in the United States, mainly to talk about new smartphone and television products. The event took place in San Francisco and was hosted by LeEco CEO, Chairman and founder Jia Yueting. LeEco made its name in online streaming but has since expanded into numerous areas...
There have long been complaints about the lack of women in the tech industry. Now there's a towering female figure, in a tech park across the bay from San Francisco, although not quite what some people had in mind. A 55-foot-tall statue of a nude woman unveiled this week in the working-class community...
LeEco announced its official entry into the U.S. market at its “Ignite the Eco World” event in San Francisco, an important step in the company's globalization plan. Its initial products include two large-screen smartphones, a range of 4K TVs, and new content partnerships. LeEco may be the biggest tech company you’ve never heard of. Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO — Chinese tech giant LeEco is ready to make its North American debut. The company, which has been called the "Netflix of China," introduced a new lineup of products on Wednesday, including two inexpensive Android smartphones, a VR headset, a 7-foot 4K TV and a new streaming service. Show More Summary
Giant admin building a prime spot for...well, anything else, really It’s a lesson in meeting diverse needs: City College of San Francisco needs to raise several million dollars. Developers need centrally located land to develop on. And...Show More Summary
The Chicago Cubs came into the NLCS fresh off a dominant regular season and a soul-crushing defeat of the San Francisco Giants. Since a Game 1 win, they haven’t scored a run. Clayton Kershaw shut them out in Game 2, which is understandable since he’s Clayton Kershaw, but a much more unlikely hero blanked them tonight. Show More Summary
(October 17, 2016 07:41 PM, by David Henderson) In 1992, I went to San Francisco's Candlestick Park to see the Giants play the Cincinnati Reds. To get into the baseball spirit, I wore my blue L.A. Dodgers helmet. (I root for both the Giants and Dodgers, but... (0 COMMENTS)
Visa CEO Charlie Scharf: “Big tickets or small tickets, we like it all.” (Photo credit: Matthew Furman For Forbes) Visa CEO Charlie Scharf is stepping down after a successful four-year stint in charge of the payments giant. Alfred F. Kelly, the former president of American Express and the current CEO of [...]
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Here's one thing we know for sure: The 2016 National League Championship Series is going to feature a lot of blue. The Chicago Cubs knocked the orange and black San Francisco Giants off in four games, and on Thursday the Los AngelesShow More Summary
Technically, Vin Scully called his final Dodgers game on October 2, when Los Angeles took on the Giants. San Francisco gave him a touching send off, and everyone went their merry way — MLB fans to the postseason, Scully to a hammockShow More Summary
Madison Bumgarner has a team-friendly contract that features two team options for 2018 and 2019, but that's not stopping the San Francisco Giants from getting an early start on extension talks with their ace. Continue for updates. Giants Want to Talk Extension Thursday, Oct. Show More Summary
Think twice before you discount the notion of San Francisco's even-year magic because the Giants were dispatched from the MLB playoffs by the Chicago Cubs in four games. There was a whole lot of magic involved for the Giants to evenShow More Summary
The Chicago Cubs are headed back to the National League Championship Series for a second straight year after an epic four-run ninth that propelled the team to a 6-5 victory over the San Francisco Giants. On Twitter and before the comeback was complete was a Cubs fan making a promise to social media if the Cubs somehow […]
The San Francisco Giants’ success in even years has run its course, and we can all breathe easy that there is in fact no higher power devoted to San Francisco baseball. Read more...
The San Francisco Giants used five pitchers in a four-run, ninth-inning rally that saw them get ousted from the NLDS by the Chicago Cubs Tuesday night, and veteran Santiago Casilla was highly emotional about not being among them. Following...Show More Summary
It was a different tale for the two cities. San Francisco was hoping to continue their even-year magic run, while Chicago was out to break the Billy the Goat curse.
Javier Baez capped a four-run rally in the top of the ninth inning with a run-scoring single that lifted the Chicago Cubs to a 6-5 victory over the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday and a 3-1 National League Division Series win.
Talk about dramatics. Trailing 5-2 heading into the ninth inning of Game 4, the Chicago Cubs appeared to be on the verge of blowing their 2-0 NLDS lead over the San Francisco Giants. Everyone thought this series was headed for a decisive Game 5 back at Wrigley. And many were already bringing up memories of Steve Bartman […]
The ninth inning of Tuesday's Game 4 of the National League Division Series will long be remembered as a nightmare for the San Francisco Giants. The Giants were in full control at AT&T Park with a 5-2 lead after a brilliant outing from...Show More Summary