In an unprecedented move, Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow Push Coalition brought together 25 tech companies, civil rights organizations, venture capitalists, non-profits, entrepreneurs and U.S. Department of Labor office at Intel in Santa Clara on Dec. [...]
The Vallejo City Unified School District (VCUSD) has been improving students’ access to technology throughout the past several years, with each school now having one or more computer lab in full use, and 21 of [...]
StubHub hosted their “Technologists for Music Education” panel discussion this week at their San Francisco headquarters. Moderated by broadcaster Dave Clark, the event featured a conversation with the Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation (MHOF) and the [...]
El Concilio – Council for the Spanish Speaking, announced this week that the new laptops donated by Comcast had arrived. Students graduating from El Concilio’s Comcast Digital Connectors course, a computer science and technology course [...]
John Thompson was appointed recently as the new chairman of the board for Microsoft Corporation, first African American chief executive of a major technology company. He replaces chairman and co-founder Bill Gates. Thompson, 64, initially [...]
By Supervisor London Breed A few months ago, an 18-year-old woman—a 5-foot, 110-pound young girl really—was walking to her friend’s house on Eddy Street. It was 4 o’clock in the afternoon, when in broad daylight, [...]
San Leandro City Council this week unanimously approved the planning entitlements and development agreement for a, multi-phased, high-density Downtown Technology Campus. This project represents the first major office development under the city’s Downtown Transit-Oriented Development [...]
Mayor Stephen Cassidy and the San Leandro City Council this week presented a check for $15,000 to the Boys and Girls Club to fund a connection to the Lit San Leandro broadband network.