Christina Farr is a technology and health reporter for CNBC.com in San Francisco. She most recently was a senior writer at Fast Company, covering biotech and health-tech for digital and print, and an Apple reporter at Reuters News. She hails from London, UK and is a graduate of Stanford's School of Journalism. Reach her on Twitter (@chrissyfarr).
Silicon Valley is making a big bet that it can improve the pharmacy experience.
Apple's COO speaks out about the company's interest in AI, on-device computing and health care.
John Hancock says it is the first U.S. life insurer to offer the Apple Watch as part of its policies.
Apple was deep in talks to buy the company behind its on-site medical clinic Crossover Health.
CNBC's Christina Farr talks about Apple's health-care push. The tech giant reportedly was in talks to get into the health clinic space, Farr reports.
The move to voice-powered assistants and Amazon's early success with Alexa has Google's internet dominance in jeopardy.
NowRX has delivered a skill to order meds through Amazon Alexa and Google Home, and expects to come to market later this month.
There are a lot of parties in the middle, and complexity raises costs.
CNBC gets a first look at a company that will deliver drugs to your door after you order them on your Alexa from the comfort of your home.