An additional 2,410 doses of vaccine have been administered since Friday's report, the county said.
South Korean electronics maker LG, once the third-largest mobile phone maker, said Monday it is getting out of its loss-making smartphone business.
Hailey Beiber has opened up about her "toxic" experience of social media and how she couldn't cope with having her body and looks constantly compared to others.
Chrissy Teigen has deleted her Twitter account due to negativity on the app which she needs to learn how to "block out".
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Biz buzz: Greenpal, "Uber for lawn care," just launched in Napa.
Both kids and parents will love this perennial Amazon favorite for its user-friendly design and expandable memory. It comes with a year of AmazonKids+ access to thousands of books, games and apps, and a 2-year worry-free guarantee against accidental damage.
Louise Redknapp finds online dating “difficult to navigate”, because the men she meets on dating apps keep losing touch with her.
You and your significant other probably won’t go out for a romantic dinner this Valentine's Day, so why not do the next best thing? Light a few candles, pour some wine — and download a budget app.
Metallic balloons were found to have caused 453 outages across PG&E's service area in 2020, a nearly 30 percent increase compared to the previous year.
Worst: For its “Eat Local. Support Local” message, the third-party delivery service trots out Mike Myers and Dana Carvey to reprise their “Wayne’s World” bit from decades ago. They say they’d never manipulate viewers but then trot out babies and guest star Cardi B to persuade us to eat local. Not only doesn’t that premise hit paydirt, but I couldn’t avoid considering the bigger picture: all those stories I’ve read about how the delivery apps have not been great for local eateries during the pandemic. On the bright side, they can always say the food will be fresher than the stars they hire.
Comedian and former "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart is finally on Twitter, and his first tweet was about the GameStop-Reddit mayhem on Wall Street.