Jean Paul Gaultier's retrospective of his 40-plus years of fashion design would have been breathtaking even without bizarre talking mannequins. Gaultier himself greeted guests to a press preview party of the exhibit, open at San Francisco's de Young Museum from March 24 through August 19.
Grab your sneakers and get ready for a city-wide game of tag. The San Francisco game is an organized event called Journey to the End of The Night. It started in 2006 and has taken place in different cities for five years.
It's only natural that a criminal who's banned from using the Internet is going to log on the first chance they get. But if you're going to violate probation, you probably shouldn't do so in public. Next to a sheriff.
In this digital age, isn't the phone book a paperweight that nobody uses? San Francisco's Board of Supervisors must agree as they are passing legislation that stops the phone company from spamming your doorstep with the Yellow Pages.
Hello all. It's been a while. After traveling, family visits, technical difficulties, and paid work I am finally glad to bring you a new video, and this ain't no trailer.
On Monday Nokia, NAVTEQ and UC Berkeley will launch the Mobile Millennium project which will use GPS data from thousands of cell phones to gather traffic information in the San Francisco Bay Area. By having users relay and access the information, it will enable them to find and avoid traffic congestion, similar to the …
Sure, it costs $30 a GB, but Fusion-io's new ioDrive flash card promises ridiculous 800MB/sec (Read) and 600MB/sec (Write) sustained data transfer rates. That would mean performance on par with DRAM, which would be about a thousand times faster than any existing disk drive. Basically, it's like packing an enterprise…