A BuzzFeed News investigation reveals the quiet spread of Gimbal Inc.’s phone-tracking technology in some of America’s largest cities.
Two DJs teamed up to keep the New Zealand singer’s hit song off the airwaves while the Giants battle the Kansas City Royals.
You want a couch in New York? Fuhgetaboutit!
The world we live in is changing!
California has mistaken October for July. In the Sahara.
Get in a United State of mind!
Family is family even when stretched across 3,000 miles and visas.
Patrick Hoffman, author of The White Van, on working in San Francisco’s roughest neighborhood while learning to write his first book.
Even deer like to get out of the city every once in a while.
I, a person from New York, went to the Bay Area in search of a bagel that didn’t suck. Here, my fearless, gluten-filled journey.
Katie Crouch, author of Abroad, on surviving the first tech boom in San Francisco and the importance of Sylvia Plath.
Did someone say handcuffs?
CEO Tim Cook tweeted the video with “Inclusion inspires innovation.”
These are the literal bread winners.
Is this the next stage in burrito evolution? The burrito and quesadilla have finally come together. Introducing the Quesarito.
Cook wore the Apple Pride shirt Sunday along with other Apple employees at the parade.
New data from Harvard shows that millions of Americans are paying an “excessive” amount of their incomes on housing, but burdens vary widely by city.
“Not one more soul, not one more soul will be lost to that bridge.”
This infographic compares life in the two cities.
Chad Dickerson spoke at length with BuzzFeed about Etsy allowing vendors to use outside production, why New York’s tech industry is alive and well, and why he loves HBO’s Silicon Valley.
The NFL will replace the traditional Roman numerals with numbers for Super Bowl 50, scheduled for Feb. 7, 2016, in San Francisco.
Oh my god why is it so cold I thought it was summer.
UPDATE: Court documents detail suspicious items found in Ryan Chamberlain’s apartment, including a rocket motor, an unidentified powdery substance, and a glass jar filled with ball bearings.
Don’t put flowers in your hair, local dogs have probably peed on them.
Ten years ago, a liberal San Francisco suburb was traumatized by a rash of hate crimes against a 17-year-old lesbian. But when it was revealed that the victim herself had staged the attacks, the entire community turned on her and she never spoke about the incidents publicly. Until now.
Someone has been car tipping.
Photographer Meg Allen celebrates “those who choose to exist and identify outside the gender binary” through a series of stunning portraits.
More than half of Californians oppose an expensive rail project supported by Gov. Jerry Brown that would take riders between Los Angeles and San Francisco in less than three hours. That doesn’t seem to bother Brown — and it doesn’t seem to be hurting him either.