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Mapped: Eight new projects that will reshape the Tenderloin

The Tenderloin has seen minimal market-rate development for decades, but over 1,000 units are now approved in the neighborhood, with hundreds more proposed. Those changes have sparked both concerns and excitement in the [Read entire story]

Is AI replacing traditional cancer drug clinical trials?

Cancer drug clinical trials take years, hundreds of patients and millions of dollars. Can artificial intelligence cut into the timeline and costs and bring personalized treatments to patients faster? [Read entire story]

Nintendo Announces Classic Edition of Old Video Game

Add Nintendo to the list of companies capitalizing on ’90s nostalgia.Nintendo announced a new standalone mini-console focused on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System on Monday, according to CNBC. The console follows [Read entire story]

These are the top 5 tech CEOs in San Francisco as ranked by their female employees

With tech companies seemingly in the news daily for the way the industry tackles issues of gender diversity and representation, a new survey has released data on how female tech employees rank their companies' [Read entire story]

CBO: 22 Million More Uninsured Under Senate Health Care Bill By 2026

WASHINGTON (AP/CBS) — The Senate health care bill would result in 22 million more uninsured Americans over the next decade compared to current law. That’s according to an analysis Monday from the nonpartisan [Read entire story]

After two of three partners resign, San Francisco VC firm’s investors weigh future post-sex harassment scandal

The aftershocks of a sexual harassment scandal at San Francisco's Binary Capital continued over the weekend with the resignation of two of its three partners and a note to its investors from the only one [Read entire story]

Behind the Keyboard: How New Emojis Are Chosen

Between wizards, rock climbers, and gender non-conforming people, many of the 137 new emojis coming soon to your phone's keyboard may have come from the minds of ordinary texters, NBC News reported. [Read entire story]

Oakland to shell out $14M for hotel to house homeless

The City of Oakland will pay $14 million to buy a residential hotel downtown and then use the property to house at least some of the city's estimated 1,900 homeless residents, the East Bay Times reports. The city might [Read entire story]

Pandora CEO Tim Westergren will reportedly step down

The CEO and co-founder of music streaming service Pandora will step down, multiple news reports said this week, as the Oakland-based company retrenches after a massive $480 million infusion from SiriusXM and the sale of [Read entire story]

Exclusive: Global engineering firm expands to Oakland

Arup, a company with more than 90 offices across the globe, is opening its first Oakland outpost after signing a lease with TMG Partners in 1330 Broadway. [Read entire story]

Majority of Bay Area voters surveyed support sales tax to help Caltrain

The sales tax would rid Silicon Valley's commuter railroad of its dependence on voluntary contributions from local transit agencies and dramatically increase service frequency and capacity. [Read entire story]

National retailers are struggling to remain open. Here are the companies that have taken a hit

As e-commerce websites like Amazon lead in online sales, traditional brick-and-mortar stores are losing their battle to stay above the curve. This year, several retails closed their doors and more closures are expected [Read entire story]

Hackers Post Pro-ISIS Messages on Ohio Government Sites

Hackers targeted at least seven Ohio government websites to publish pro-ISIS messages and criticism of President Donald Trump, state officials said Sunday.As NBC News reported, the message appeared on the website for [Read entire story]

Top tablets with keyboards

The Pixel C has a slim, compact aluminum build that feels sturdy. The tablet runs the latest version of Android, and its performance is lightning fast. The screen is sharp, bright and colorful, and gaming graphics look [Read entire story]

Oakland Plans To Move Homeless From Tent Cities To Abandoned Hotels

OAKLAND (KPIX 5) — Oakland has a solution to house the growing number of homeless people living in tent cities in abandoned hotels. The city will have to move fast though, before developers buy up those buildings. [Read entire story]

Silicon Valley’s Quest For Universal Connectivity

Silicon Valley’s Quest For Universal Connectivity

Connecting the world's billions of unconnected souls has been a dream of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and tech giants for years. Employing everyone from scientists to seamstresses, labs have launched a series of projects [Read entire story]

ICYMI: ‘Game of Thrones’ will survive; stripper-pole battle

In a week when Uber added another empty seat in its C suite, this also happened: For those “Game of Thrones” fans who need a fix before next month’s season premiere, Entertainment Weekly offers up a great YouTube [Read entire story]

Martin Shkreli prepares for trial

Martin Shkreli, former hedge fund manager, “pharma bro” and self-styled bad boy, sat in federal court for a hearing last week. In January 2015, learning that federal prosecutors had opened an investigation, Shkreli [Read entire story]

Ether looks to unseat bitcoin at top of cryptocurrency heap

The sudden rise of Ethereum highlights how volatile the bewildering world of virtual currency remains, where lines of computer code can be spun into billions of dollars in a matter of months. The 2-year-old system has [Read entire story]

Google to stop reading your Gmail to help sell ads

[...] instead of scanning through email content, the company’s software will rely on other signals to determine which ads are most likely to appeal to each of its 1.2 billion Gmail users. The paid Gmail doesn’t [Read entire story]