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).
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Philanthropist Laurene Powell Jobs, widow of Apple founder Steve Jobs, and Sen. Kamala Harris of California will speak at Code Conference Wednesday night.
The health-technology trend is showing no signs of letting up.
Tech investors know there's stress involved with running a fast-paced company, and they're now starting to pay for mental health services.
AI is all the rage, but some doctors fear that it's an advertising tagline.
Facebook is hosting an invite-only summit in June to court health industry leaders.
Wearables that measure calories are far from accurate.
"I've heard of a lot of (Silicon Valley) firms looking for PhDs and MDs," one investor said.
A new technology startup called Genome Medical has a plan to address the shortage of genetic counselors.
I tried out the latest body-hacking trend: Blood sugar monitoring.
Cloud storage company Dropbox filed to raise $500 million in a public offering on Friday.
Instacart discovered a bug that affected users' ability to waive service fees and shoppers' ability to receive tips.
Dropbox CEO Drew Houston and venture firm Sequoia Capital are poised to be the biggest winners in the IPO.