Cab drivers, beware! A hot new cost-cutting car service is taking Los Angeles and other major cities by storm—one download at a time.
Disney and Technicolor are among the big-name entertainment industry companies with offices already located in Glendale.
The night is young, you’re ready to hit the town, but where to go, how’s the scene and who’s there now? Maybe you don’t have to be clairvoyant or have friends in every bar to […]
Even though it ended its run on Tv in 2009, Reading Rainbow is still available, only now on your iPad!
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.
It’s hard enough not to misstep when dealing with your own culture. So, how are we expected to navigate the unknown pitfalls of a different culture? Travel expert Dean Foster stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to talk about proper travel etiquette.
Cameron Cohen, who created iSketch while recovering from surgery to remove a benign leg tumor in 2009, has come up with another iPhone/iPad app.
Looking for even more information about the Rose Parade?
KCAL 9’s Suraya Fadel reported on Bargains LA, a new shopping deal app for your iPhone to save you money.
It’s a customized workout designed with your body type in mind. A celebrity fitness trainer (some of his clients include Jessica Biel, Heather Locklear, Ashley Judd, Chris Evans, NY Yankee Aaron Boone and boxer Laila Ali) came up with the method…but you can get in shape for a lot less than the stars pay.
CBS Local Media announced Thursday that CBS Los Angeles is now available as an App for iPhones, iPads and the iPod Touch.
Michael Vick and the Humane Society said on Monday that an application built to run on Google Inc.’s Android software glorifies dogfighting.
Anxious about your brackets? Watching every game? Check into games, score points, root for your team and talk smack to your buddies with CBS LA’s latest mobile application: Shout Sports!
University lawyers –once they saw it’d had a quarter of a million downloads– said “Hey! you did that on our time and dime!” Or, words to that effect. “Bite me!,” responded Tony Brown and his colleagues. Or , words to that effect.
Parents are being shocked by big iTunes bills, racked up by their kids in games such as “The Smurfs’ Village” and “Bakery Story” on the iPhone and other Apple devices.