Sneezing, sniffling, wheezing—so annoying, right? Thankfully, modern technology has brought us a few clever apps, designed to help minimize the likelihood of allergy attacks, which allow us to navigate the city and keep breathing easy. Whether you have respiratory issues or food intolerances, download these apps pronto.
Despite the prolific amount of coffee shops in San Francisco, finding one with reliable Wi-Fi, strong coffee, and tasty pastries to fortify you during a work-from-home day is still a challenge. Here are the best spots (in each neighborhood) to get some work done with all the essentials—food, coffee, and a killer wireless signal.
Celebrating their third annual Women in Tech issue, Elle magazine hosted a dinner for 80 Tuesday night at Mourad to honor the eight women featured in the June magazine.
So you didn't cofound Paypal. Oh well, at least you can live like Peter Thiel—that is, if you have a spare $9.25 million to buy his 10,000-square-foot Marina estate overlooking the Palace of Fine Arts.
Whether you're hitting the open road, packing a swimsuit for the beach, hiking in the mountains or rediscovering your own hometown, here are eight must-download apps to make your vacation all the more pleasurable.
What if you could prevent Zika or Ebola just by washing your hands? On Wednesday, IBM and the Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (IBN) in Singapore announced a new chemical that can kill Ebola, Zika, dengue, AND herpes in one sanitary wipe.
For the past eight years, I've spent countless hours driving the 5 from Oakland to Los Angeles and back again. And for what seems as many years, I've been promised that one day the technology will exist to beam me Star Trek-style from the Bay Area to SoCal in an hour or less. Needless to say, I'm skeptical. But now, it seems like that time has finally come thanks to Hyperloop One.