Home Tags Tech culture

Tag: Tech culture

A Skydio employee gets ready to test the Skydio2's strength against strong winds with a leaf blower.

Inside drone startup Skydio’s Silicon Valley offices, where it tests the autonomous gadgets using leaf blowers

The drone maker, with its R1 and now the Skydio2, is changing the way drone enthusiasts and everyday consumers alike can document their experiences.

Inside drone startup Skydio’s Silicon Valley offices, where it tests the autonomous gadgets using leaf blowers

The drone maker, with its R1 and now the Skydio2, is changing the way drone enthusiasts and everyday consumers alike can document their experiences.
This Sausalito home has a "hillavator."

Private ‘hillavators’ are a rare but luxurious amenity for some Bay Area homes — here’s how they work

Wealthy Bay Area towns like Sausalito and Belvedere have some homes with private cable cars for residents to get up hills.

San Francisco real estate agents reveal most requested features tech workers ask for in buying their multi-million dollar homes

Most millionaire home buyers in San Francisco want classic-looking homes with updated features and plenty of privacy.

The building that is renting San Francisco’s smallest apartment also has a unit that combines a shower, toilet, and sink

In San Francisco's notoriously expensive housing market, sacrifices must be made in the name of efficiency.

A Google employee created a new ‘Old Town Road’ remix that pokes fun at the absurdities of living in Silicon Valley

The lyrics calls out many of the cult brands that have became tightly associated with Silicon Valley, like Soylent, Sweetgreen, and Allbirds sneakers.

Disappointing photos show what living in San Francisco on a tech salary really looks like

Even with a high-earning tech salary, living in the nation's most competitive real estate market can be difficult.
Even tech workers in Silicon Valley struggle with the region's housing costs.

Disappointing photos show what living in San Francisco on a tech salary really looks like

Even with a high-earning tech salary, living in the nation's most competitive real-estate market can be difficult.

The game developer behind ‘Grand Theft Auto’ and ‘Red Dead Redemption’ is embroiled in an ongoing controversy — hereR...

Rockstar Games employees have taken to social media to express their feelings about the video game studio’s work environment after cofounder Dan Houser praised staff members for pulling 100-hour work weeks to finish "Red Dead Redemption 2."

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey wore these strange shoes during a talk with Lloyd Blankfein — and broke a workplace style rule

Jack Dorsey is known for his outlandish style, but not even he can get away with this weird pair of black sandals.