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Flywheel, the Redwood City, Calif., technology company that works with the taxi industry, announced Thursday it will begin piloting in San Francisco an all-in-one GPS-based smartphone taxi meter, which will replace existing technology in participating taxis. TaxiOS will work on Android phones and replace meters, payment systems, navigation and dispatch technologies with a single app. Comment?
Shares of Oracle are slumping aftermarket trading after the software maker's fourth-quarter results fell short of Wall Street estimates. Oracle said the stronger U.S. dollar continued to hurt its results. Comment?
"What we do is more like a smartphone with wings rather than a pilot and a plane," says Chris Anderson, CEO of drone maker 3D Robotics in Berkeley. "What we do is more like a smartphone with wings rather than a pilot and a plane," says Chris Anderson, CEO of drone maker 3D Robotics in Berkeley. Comment?
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. reported a larger-than-expected loss in the first quarter, reflecting restructuring charges from recent layoffs. The Glendale studio reported a net loss of $54.1 million, or 64 cents a share, during the three months that ended March 31, compared with a loss of $42.9 million, or 51 cents, during the same quarter last year. Comment?
A former operating room technician at Stanford Health Care's outpatient medical center was arrested Monday on suspicion of molesting patients while they were sedated, police said. Robert Lastinger, 55, is accused of sexually touching four male patients at the Redwood City-based medical center between March 15 and April 2, according to the Redwood City Police Department. Comment?
Chinese entertainment and tech company LeTV said Tuesday it would launch its new mobile phones and smart television service in the U.S. and establish an American headquarters in Redwood City, joining a raft of Chinese competitors expanding their operations to California. With splashy near-simultaneous events in Beijing and San Francisco, LeTV said it would initially target its offerings at Chinese-speaking Americans, a potentially receptive audience for its expansive library of TV episodes and films. Comment?
The 656-condo Lumina complex promises a "transcendent living experience," with a club lounge, climbing wall and pet grooming station. The smallest units start at about $1 million. Comment?
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