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6/30/2014

  In the 16 years since it was founded in San Francisco, OpenTable has grown to... More»

6/27/2014

  Parking app MonkeyParking has swung back (monkey-related pun count: 1) against City Attorney Dennis Herrera's effort to shut it out of San... More»

6/20/2014

  Fifty thousand active users since its April 1st launch. Four million Yo's flung. Writeups in every major news... More»

"The Park," a workspace in Pandora's Lake Merritt offices.
6/18/2014

Editor's Note: This is one of many dispatches from Oakland that San Francisco magazine is publishing over the next month, all part of our June "... More»

6/17/2014

  Not content to rest on the breakthroughs that allow them to pack 48% of the daily recommended allowance of saturated fat into the McRib... More»

6/13/2014

Editor's Note: This is one of many dispatches from Oakland that San Francisco magazine is publishing over the next month, all part of our June "... More»

6/12/2014

  Elon Musk tore down a wall of patents yesterday, and the tech world celebrated as if it were the Berlin Wall coming down all over again.... More»

6/11/2014

  It's been a bad few days—at least on the surface—for Uber. The taxi drivers of Europe declared war on the ride-sharing company.... More»

6/10/2014

  Yesterday's cage match between VC Ron Conway and ex-Facebook executive Chamath Palihapitiya may have generate... More»

5/28/2014

“Why’d we do it? Because we thought it was cool.” Justin Lokitz, senior product manager at Autodesk, stands at the head of a... More»

5/21/2014

  "I don't want to know the price of my drugs while I'm doing them," says Mark Egerman, summing up the appeal of his company's mobile... More»

The MX-1 prototype.
5/21/2014

“Some of us like to call it the iPhone of space, but it’d be more accurate to call it a pickup truck,” says Andy Aldrin, the son of Buzz.... More»