Host Corps is the first program in the nation recruit and residents willing to provide temporary housing ahead of a disaster.
The repeal of net neutrality threatens to end the democratic internet, which aided in the creation of the technologies that we know and love.
As wildfires devastating California’s wine country rage into their sixth day, the region remains in a state of emergency. Here’s how to help.
Former San Francisco Supervisor David Campos has accepted a high-ranking job in Santa Clara County government.
Pokémon Go takes the South Bay and the world by storm, but raises concerns about privacy, safety and the social inequities of the real world.
San Jose’s Rules Committee will consider a proposal by Councilman Ash Kalra to revise its medical marijuana ordinance.
Thanks to a $1.6 million state law enforcement grant, the San Jose Police Department will be able to upgrade aging equipment.
San Jose may start taxing people who rent their pads through Airbnb and other home-sharing services.
San Jose may join a host of other cities trying to cash in on subletting service Airbnb, a website that helps people rent out vans, whole homes, just the spare bedroom or anything in-between for extra income.
I watched a piece on CNN the other day that really tied the room together, in terms of the battle over America’s energy future. Recently in this space, I’ve ranted about rentseekers—established industries backed by favorable regulations that stifle innovation and thrive by maintaining the status quo. This story rides a thru-line from social innovators, like Uber and Airbnb, to the heart of the solar energy revolution, and it exposes a dilemma at the core of our economy: The free market doesn’t really exist.