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Apple introduces MacBook with sharper screen Apple unveils high-def iPad   Apple has unveiled a new iPad with a high-resolution screen, 2048 by 1536 pixels, which it terms a 'retina display' Macworld Expo kicks off in San Francisco Twitter gets Saudi cash injection  Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal's Kingdom Holding Company has announced a $300m investment in social media site Twitter Wozniak says he'll miss Jobs Phones recognize objects w/out barcodes Police help Apple hunt for missing iPhone  iPhone 5 prototype went missing from a tequila bar. Apple security personnel teamed up with police to search a home for the device   Hurd shows new Oracle machine  Mark Hurd showed off a new Oracle data-storage computer in one of his first major public acts as an Oracle employee. He was silent on the HP... SF sees influx of tech incubators   Apple Touts New iPhone At Conference  The next iPhone comes out June 24 and will have a higher-resolution screen, longer battery life and thinner design Macworld goes on without Apple Apple unveils the iPad
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1. 2014-07-28 S.F. law blocks tech boom expansion SF City Hall
C. 2014-06-25 Android Wear smart watches the next big Google thing Moscone Center, South of Market
D. 2014-06-02 Apple sheds insular ways at Worldwide Developers Conference Moscone Center, South of Market
4. 2014-04-15 Protesters call on Apple to pay more taxes on overseas funds Union Square, SF Downtown
2014-04-11 Protest in Mission District over Google bus 19th and Dolores, SF Mission
G. 2014-03-19 Augmedix raises $3.2 million in venture capital funding San Francisco
7. 2014-02-07 Apple gets approvals for Union Square store Union Square and Post Street, SF Downtown
8. 2013-12-16 San Francisco mayor meets with tech execs SF City Hall

Augmedix raises $3.2 million in venture capital funding Apple gets approvals for Union Square store State: Google must move 'mystery' barge San Francisco mayor meets with tech execs Apple buys social-media analytics firm Topsy Rumors swirl over possible Google barge in SF Bay  It stands four stories high and is stacked with shipping containers. A patent Google published in 2009 for a floating data center. It uses waves for power Apple shows off thinner iPad Air   Apple has unveiled a top-of-the-range tablet called the iPad Air that is 20% thinner than the previous version Apple revamps look of iPhone, iPad software  The new operating system iOS 7, strives for a clean, simple, translucent impression. Apple is redesigning all its applications and icons Samsung's $1B bill in Apple case reduced by $450M Apple unveils 4G-enabled iPhone 5 Map of Yerba Buena Center for the Arts San Francisco
S.F. law blocks tech boom expansion  Most powerful commercial developers are gearing up to face off in a competition to win the approvals needed to construct the office building... Android Wear smart watches the next big Google thing   The debut of Android Wear smart watches were the highlight of Google's keynote presentation kicking off its annual Google I/O developers con... Apple sheds insular ways at Worldwide Developers Conference Map of Moscone Center San Francisco  CEO Tim Cook and Apple executives outlined the company's new strategy of inclusion during a two-hour keynote Protesters call on Apple to pay more taxes on overseas funds Protest in Mission District over Google bus Map of 19th and Dolores San Francisco


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Apr.15   SF Downtown
Apr.11   SF Mission
  The private Google buses carries employees from SF to the Silicon Valley. Protesters claim high tech workers with their big salaries are driving up rents


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Feb.7   SF Downtown
Feb.3   Treasure Island


year 2013 Top ^

Dec.16   SF City Hall
Dec.2   San Francisco
Oct.29   Treasure Island
Oct.22   SF Downtown
Jun.10   South of Market
Mar.2   San Francisco


year 2012 Top ^

Sep.12   SF Downtown
  4G-enabled device's new size allows it to display an extra row of app icons on its home screen. It was 18% thinner and 20% lighter than the iPhone 4S
Jun.11   San Francisco
Mar.7   San Francisco
Jan.26   South of Market


year 2011 Top ^

Dec.19   Twitter
Oct.5   San Francisco
Sep.5   San Francisco
Sep.3   Bernal Heights


year 2010 Top ^

Sep.20   San Francisco
Jun.17   San Francisco
Jun.7   SF Downtown
Feb.11   SF Downtown
Jan.27   San Francisco
  After months of speculation and hype, Apple unveiled a portable device called that is filling a gap between smart phones, laptops and eBook readers.    CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the iPad to an audience of technology journalists, ca...


year 2009 Top ^

Sep.9   SF Downtown   Steve Jobs lights up Apple show
  Apple boss stole the show at an event to launch new products as he took to the stage for the first time in nearly a year following medical leave Aug.1   San Francisco Online magazines give S.F.'s Zinio a boost Jul.5   San Francisco Andreessen becomes venture capitalist Jun.8   San Francisco Apple's New, Faster iPhone
  iPhone 3G S is a souped-up device that offers much faster processing speeds, a video recorder, compass and voice commands.    Apple moved to distance itself from rival smart phone makers. 3G S will go ...


year 2008 Top ^

Sep.9   South SF Solazyme producing oil from algae   SF Downtown   Apple Unveils New iPods  A taller, slinkier iPod Nano, a slimmer iPod Touch and new iTunes software that includes an artificial intelligence system Jun.12   SF City Hall Different sort of free Wi-Fi starts to thrive Jan.15   SF Downtown Apple introduces slim notebook  CEO Steve Jobs introduced the world's thinnest notebook computer MacBook Air that measures between 0.16 inch and 0.76 inch thick

year 2007 Top ^

Aug.29   SF City Hall EarthLink Kills City Wi-Fi Deal
  The financially struggling Earthlink Inc. bowed out of a deal to join Google in providing free wireless Internet access throughout the city Jan.9   SF Downtown Apple unveils all-in-one iPhone
  CEO Steve Jobs ushered in a new era, jumping into the cell phone market.    Jobs, speaking at the Macworld, unveiled the iPhone, which marries the iPod, cell phone and Internet handh...


year 2006 Top ^

Jan.10   SF Downtown iMacs, laptops will use Intel chips  Chief Executive Jobs unveiled a new line of iMacs and laptop computers Macworld conference

year 2005 Top ^

Oct.1   San Francisco Google Wants Free Wireless For City  Google Inc.is creating a springboard for the search engine to leap into the telecommunications industry Jan.11   SF Downtown Jobs unveils cut-rate computer

year 2003 Top ^

Jan.7   SF Downtown Apple unveils 17-inch laptop


year 2002 Top ^

Jan.7   SF Downtown Apple introduces revamped iMac  Flat-screen 15-inch display, faster processor and a new look

year 2001 Top ^

Dec.1   San Francisco ExciteAtHome turns off service


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