High School Student Develops 'Sit With Us' App To Encourage Inclusion At LunchtimeJunior high school wasn't kind to 16-year-old Natalie Hampton. Lunchtime was often the hardest part of her school day. So the Sherman Oaks teen decided to fight back: not with her fists, but with her phone.
Series Of Threats Made To Orange County High Schools Via Mobile AppA pair of online threats targeting an Anaheim high school led to three arrests over the weekend, police said today.
You Can Now Book Your Uber Ride Through Google MapsThe new tab is rolling out on Android devices over the next few days and "coming soon" to iOS.
Mayor Garcetti Unveils New Jobs AppThe new app that allows smart-phone users to search nearly 50,000 employment listings in the city of Los Angeles, and nearly 150,000 countywide.
New App Lets The Shy And Meek Find The 1 That They Seek -- If They Got AwayIt's kind of like "missed connections" on Craigslist.
Only On 2: $2 A Gallon Gas Returns To The Southland (Wanna Know Where?)"I just went to Iowa, and gas prices out there, are like $2.25," said Enrique Rodriguez, "why can't we have it?"
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Disneyland Rolls Out Its Own Wait-Time AppAfter a slew of unofficial apps came out listing wait times for rides at Disneyland and California Adventure, Disney has released its own app.
New App Lets Users Get Medical Pot ID Card With 'Virtual' Doctor's VisitWant medical marijuana, but too lazy to get off the couch? There's an app for that.
Uber For STD Testing? Planned Parenthood App Offers Home Test Kit, 'Discreet' ResultsIf you're wondering whether you have a sexually transmitted disease, there's an app for that.
Move Over, Silicon Valley! Tech Startups Flock To LAInvestors say the L.A. area is booming with tech companies and expert more start-ups to come.
New App Allows Diners To Pay With Their PhonesWith TabbedOut, users provide the app with personal information and when it's time to pay at a bar or restaurant that uses the app, it's as simple as letting your server or bartender know that's how you'd like to pay.