As Twitter’s prominence has grown, some pro athletes have gotten into trouble for the words they send into cyberspace. But the San Jose Earthquakes encourage their players to use social media, and so far, it’s been a big success.
Speaking at the State of the Valley Conference in San Jose, James Fallows said Chinese don’t enjoy the unique culture fueling Silicon Valley’s impressive success.
The Peninsula Press will cover local and statewide races and ballot measures tonight, including whether Palo Alto voters authorize the opening of medical marijuana dispensaries in the city.
The 25,000 people who participated in Austin’s SXSW conference last month presented a unique challenge for convention centers and hotels. Official Wi-Fi signals were compromised by visitors’ personal wireless.
Sacred Heart Prep coach recalls teaching the successful offensive play “the fly” to then Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh. He was surprised to see Harbaugh’s new team – the 49ers – using the play, too.
Silicon Valley startup Culture Kitchen invites Bay Area foodies to take cooking classes taught by immigrant home cooks, who are experts in their countries’ cuisines.
Missions across California may be home to a centuries-old secret that some archeologists say shows the early Catholic church embraced advanced science, astronomy and even pagan traditions.
Reports show that millions of Californians have been exposed to unsafe levels of nitrates and other chemicals in their tap water. For low-income or rural communities, the remedy is often too costly.
Stanford University features more than 800 hundred species of trees and plants. Varieties include fruits and vegetables, which helps stock Stanford dining halls and restaurants.