Amazon has just opened its sixth checkout-free grocery store, this time in San Francisco. Amazon Go lets you grab your items and leave, with technology ensuring that everything you take is tracked and charged to your account.
We could soon be seeing many more electric scooters on the streets of San Francisco, now that the city’s Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) has announced that it is looking to issue electric scooter permits by next month.
As if the city doesn't already have enough of them, Lyft is reportedly looking into the idea of launching an electric-scooter service in San Francisco. Bird, Lime, and Spin launched similar services just two months ago.
Fans of bike-sharing schemes now have more ebike options if they find themselves in San Francisco. Following in the footsteps of Jump, Ford GoBike this week introduced 250 electric-powered bicycles to its fleet in the city.
Communal living is coming back in vogue -- or perhaps simply back into necessity -- in San Francisco, where companies like Starcity are turning large buildings into dorm rooms. Starcity has an 8,000 person waiting list.
On Wednesday, a San Francisco law requiring hosts to register their properties went into effect and many Airbnb users failed to comply. As a result, the platform nixed nearly half of the city's rental options on the site.
After taking some time away from the West Coast, Waymo is bringing its autonomous vehicle technology back to the place it all began -- San Francisco. The self-driving Chrysler Pacific has been seen making its way around the Bay Area.
As tickled as you may be by the prospect of having little robots deliver your Seamless meals, Amazon orders, or other little luxuries to your doorstep, San Francisco's government don't exactly share in your excitement.
Ground-based delivery robots are being tested in several locations across the U.S. However, some are suggesting they're a safety hazard, with one San Francisco official keen to take them off the streets altogether.
The California city's BART system has adopted "aggressive guidelines" enabling the transportation system to buy more power directly from renewable sources. Thanks to the newly approved policy, the BART is going greener than ever.
Designed to help fight the homeless crisis in San Francisco, MicroPADs are miniature, prefabricated homes which would cost the city just $1,000 per month, providing an inexpensive and sustainable housing option.
A leading member of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition said he witnessed a self-driving Uber car cut across a bike lane twice last week in a "dangerous and illegal" maneuver. The ride-hailing company says its engineers are working to sort…