Security experts at a summit on cyber-crime on Wednesday warned the growth of U.S. companies could be at risk from emerging threats online.
There’s good news for those who suffer from nomophobia (the fear of being without a cell phone). Virgin Atlantic passengers can now use their cell phones during certain flights.
Surveillance aircraft used by the U.S. military overseas could soon be coming to the skies above Los Angeles County.
Whether you like it or not, the federal government wants to be your friend on Facebook.
The fight against online hate speech will now be available on your smartphone.
Want to get paid to watch all of your favorite TV shows? There’s now an app for that. CBS2 reporter Suraya Fadel spoke to people who are being rewarded for simply watching TV on their mobile devices.
Could the collective voice of Facebook have the same influence on a teen as a rebellious friend? A new study at the USC School of Social Work will explore the relationship that exists between Facebook and risky social behavior among teens.
A popular Inland Empire breastfeeding expert and licensed lactation consultant says Facebook has reinstated her account after deleting her pages over a photo of a breastfeeding mother.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is one of thousands of customers who camped out overnight in hopes of scooping up the third version of the iPad, which went on sale at 8 a.m.
It’s being called “Facebook on steroids”. The hot new social media site called Pinterest already has millions of users.
California State University students will soon be able to rent textbooks at steep discounts thanks to a new deal announced by the school system.
Online stalking is a disturbing new trend that has prompted the FBI to beef up their cyber crimes unit.
President Barack Obama Tuesday praised a sweetener developed by a Los Angeles high school student, saying it could be used by Starbucks.
When you feel sick, you want help fast. And now there’s an app for that.
Verizon is apparently suffering a nationwide data outage that is hitting smart phone users the hardest.
CES, the world’s largest annual consumer technology trade show, opened this week to display the latest and greatest technology. Gadgets using the latest Wifi, Bluetooth and touchscreen technology were among some of the year’s offerings.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo, which began Tuesday, is giving the gaming industry a chance to debut their latest inventions.
All the latest in electronic toys, er, gadgets debuted this week at the annual Consumer Electronics Show.
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Get an inside look at the 2010 L.A. Auto Show.
Check out this sneak peek at over 20 North American debuts, including green and new alternative fuel technology vehicles, on display at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Back in the 1970s, it was easy for the “Six Million Dollar Man,” Steve Austin, to spot a robotic person — or a fembot as the hip sci-fi show called them. In 2010, Japanese robotics […]