Category Archives: Technology

New Technology in San Francisco Restaurants

Thanks to new technology, guests at some San Francisco restaurants will be able to reserve a table and pay their bill without having to talk to anyone.  Using either smartphones or computers, the online service called OpenTable is currently testing out reservations and payment by mobile devices in 20 San Francisco restaurants. This technology will…

San Francisco Theater

For those who have old TVs that are just taking up too much room and not being used, a San Francisco Theater is looking for these to be donated.  Anyone in the region who has an old TV set (that is still functional) should think about taking it to the Eureka Theatre.  This San Francisco…

Promote Your Business in the Bay

    For those living in the Bay who have always intended to get a business card but for whatever reason have never quite gotten around to it, InstaCards could be the solution. The company behind these mega-easy-to-make digital business cards – CardFlick – may be on to something with this new piece of technology. …

San Francisco Clean Taxi Program Exceeds Expectations

San Franciscan officials have announced that the city’s taxis have surpassed the 2008 greenhouse gas emissions goal of a 20% reduction by 2012 amid numerous efforts to clean up the city's streets. In 1990, the average San Francisco taxi emitted 59 tons of GHG every year. Today, the average city taxi emits 30 tons; a…

New ‘Clean Car’ Measures May Be Added in California

California’s “Advanced Clean Car” program proposes new laws that would force all car and truck makers to build vehicles that emit only a quarter of the current pollutant level by 2025. The legislation would also require that one of every seven cars sold in the state be a plug-in hybrid, electric or zero emission automobile….

Bay Area Teens Launch Sattelites at the International Space Station

A programming competition by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has two teams of Bay Area teens controlling robots on the International Space Station this coming Monday. The project comes as part of the finals of the Zero Robotics SPHERE Challenge, following months of trials and three qualifying stages for the high school students. Participants in…

Employment Looking Up for Bay Area Techies

Certainly, this news should help Bay Area techies to sleep a bit more easily.  A new study commissioned by NOVA, a Sunnyvale-based economic development agency, has predicted that tech hiring in the Bay Area in 2010 will outpace other industries.  This could translate to the creation of 28,000 new jobs in tech. Approximately 58% o…

New Electric Car Mitsubishi i Arrives in San Francisco

A new electric car has arrived in the Bay Area: the Mitsubishi i. In a transaction with local dealer San Rafael Mitsubishi, the car manufacturer has delivered its first fleet of all-electric 2012 ‘i’s to City CarShare in the San Francisco Bay Area. The non-profit organization works to promote creative, cost-effective transportation options to support…

GE Sets Up Software Business in the Bay Area

General Electric has recently taken an interest in the software business, and has decided to set up its home base in the Bay Area. GE has announced its new $1 billion Global Software Center in San Ramon, which opened 00 new jobs in the Bay Area. The center aims to “speed the pace of innovation,…

SF’s Seedwell to Release New Channel on YouTube

Late last week, YouTube announced that it would begin releasing new, original channels on its platform next month. Over the course of the year, advertising-supported channels will be revealed on YouTube in areas such as fashion, comedy, news, education, sports, music and more. The project was executed with the help of experienced content producers, and…

Category Archives: Technology

New Technology in San Francisco Restaurants

Thanks to new technology, guests at some San Francisco restaurants will be able to reserve a table and pay their bill without having to talk to anyone.  Using either smartphones or computers, the online service called OpenTable is currently testing out reservations and payment by mobile devices in 20 San Francisco restaurants. This technology will…

San Francisco Theater

For those who have old TVs that are just taking up too much room and not being used, a San Francisco Theater is looking for these to be donated.  Anyone in the region who has an old TV set (that is still functional) should think about taking it to the Eureka Theatre.  This San Francisco…

Promote Your Business in the Bay

    For those living in the Bay who have always intended to get a business card but for whatever reason have never quite gotten around to it, InstaCards could be the solution. The company behind these mega-easy-to-make digital business cards – CardFlick – may be on to something with this new piece of technology. …

San Francisco Clean Taxi Program Exceeds Expectations

San Franciscan officials have announced that the city’s taxis have surpassed the 2008 greenhouse gas emissions goal of a 20% reduction by 2012 amid numerous efforts to clean up the city's streets. In 1990, the average San Francisco taxi emitted 59 tons of GHG every year. Today, the average city taxi emits 30 tons; a…

New ‘Clean Car’ Measures May Be Added in California

California’s “Advanced Clean Car” program proposes new laws that would force all car and truck makers to build vehicles that emit only a quarter of the current pollutant level by 2025. The legislation would also require that one of every seven cars sold in the state be a plug-in hybrid, electric or zero emission automobile….

Bay Area Teens Launch Sattelites at the International Space Station

A programming competition by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has two teams of Bay Area teens controlling robots on the International Space Station this coming Monday. The project comes as part of the finals of the Zero Robotics SPHERE Challenge, following months of trials and three qualifying stages for the high school students. Participants in…

Employment Looking Up for Bay Area Techies

Certainly, this news should help Bay Area techies to sleep a bit more easily.  A new study commissioned by NOVA, a Sunnyvale-based economic development agency, has predicted that tech hiring in the Bay Area in 2010 will outpace other industries.  This could translate to the creation of 28,000 new jobs in tech. Approximately 58% o…

New Electric Car Mitsubishi i Arrives in San Francisco

A new electric car has arrived in the Bay Area: the Mitsubishi i. In a transaction with local dealer San Rafael Mitsubishi, the car manufacturer has delivered its first fleet of all-electric 2012 ‘i’s to City CarShare in the San Francisco Bay Area. The non-profit organization works to promote creative, cost-effective transportation options to support…

GE Sets Up Software Business in the Bay Area

General Electric has recently taken an interest in the software business, and has decided to set up its home base in the Bay Area. GE has announced its new $1 billion Global Software Center in San Ramon, which opened 00 new jobs in the Bay Area. The center aims to “speed the pace of innovation,…

SF’s Seedwell to Release New Channel on YouTube

Late last week, YouTube announced that it would begin releasing new, original channels on its platform next month. Over the course of the year, advertising-supported channels will be revealed on YouTube in areas such as fashion, comedy, news, education, sports, music and more. The project was executed with the help of experienced content producers, and…

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