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Three Boss Takeaways From the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show

Pebble Steel

The 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was supposed to be the year of high-profile wearable technology. Instead, we got new apps, curved TVs and one odd meltdown from action film director Michael Bay. But fortunately, there were plenty of upshots from the annual trade show to pamper us for years to come.

Two Sense: Is My Partner Hiding Something On His iPhone?

Long story short, my boyfriend and I have two different versions of the iPhone, and on a recent road trip, his battery died and I had the only car charger that would work for it as he left his charger at home. My phone was fully charged, and we were keeping up with each other on the highway, so I offered to switch phones with him for an hour, charge his up, and then pull off the road and switch back. He thought about it a second, then said, "No, that's okay.

Four Bay Area Tech Startups Vie for $10 Million

Verizon Powerful Wireless Campaign

Solving some of the world’s biggest problems in healthcare, education and sustainability aren’t, by any means, easy feats.

Check Out These Turn Signal Bike Gloves

Bike light technology has come a long way in the last few years, and tech-centric San Francisco is leading the way.

Video Call App Ustyme to Giveaway Free "FaceTime" Chats with Santa

Santa on

Waiting in line to meet Santa Claus can be an overwhelming event. The nervous sweating, the obnoxious temper tantrums and the uncontrollable crying are all an implicit part of your experience. And most of that's just you. So when a company like ustyme (prounced “us-time”) presents us with an opportunity to visit with the jolly man himself without the hustle and bustle of the mall during the busiest time of the year, than it’s hard (once again) for us to keep calm.

The Future of SFpark


A few days ago, I received an email from the SFpark team discussing some upcoming changes to SFpark, as the pilot project comes to a close in 2014. 

Meet Planet Labs, SoMa's Very Own Spacecraft Design Studio

Planet Labs, SoMa’s very own spacecraft design studio, is counting down to this month’s launch of 28 satellites, each between the size of a toaster and a mini fridge, into the final frontier. For those of us not well-versed in space technology, this is an incredible feat. 

OrderAhead App Makes Donating Gifts Easy

Last year, we profiled OrderAhead, the app that simplifies the process of ordering take out. This holiday season, the company has added a very commendable feature by using their technology to help you give to those in need.

Top Gifts for Bay Area Techies

For the tech lover, getting a sweater for a present doesn’t cut it anymore. Nor do socks, hand-me-downs and anything that's close to a coupon for a free hug. Instead, our interests lie in the hundreds of new gadgets stocking the shelves this holiday season.

Shop Local With the Tap of a Finger


Originally published on California Home + Design

Trust San Francisco to make shopping local even easier. New iPhone app SixDoors curates high-quality goods and delivers them right to your doorstep (or office, or parklet) the same day.

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