A piece of medical equipment blamed for a so-called “superbug” outbreak at UCLA Medical Center was reportedly never approved for sale to hospitals by the Food and Drug Administration.
A cutting-edge device is giving new hope to women trying to conceive.
Authorities said a suspect was in custody after four suspicious devices were found in his checked bag at John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, prompting the closure of a terminal Tuesday afternoon.
The accused mastermind behind the robbery of a bank where his girlfriend worked pleaded not guilty in federal court Monday.
Three men were named in a federal indictment unsealed Monday in connection with a bizarre robbery and kidnapping at an East Los Angeles bank last September.
A man was arrested Thursday after he allegedly threatened to blow up a Hooters in Hollywood.
Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying three tech-savvy criminals wanted for a series of car burglaries in which they used an unknown device to gain keyless entry to vehicles.
A suspicious item found on a Santa Monica bus turned out to be a fake device that was used in a security training exercise over the weekend, authorities said Monday.
Volvo has unveiled a new cutting-edge device that automatically slams the brakes when it spots and identifies pedestrians and cyclists in a vehicle’s pathway.
Investigators are searching Tuesday for the suspect who left a hand grenade in front of a 99 Cents Only Store in Redondo Beach.
With the announcement of yet another iPhone model soon to be on the market, experts say now is as good a time as any to start figuring out how much time you are willing to devote to the device.
Two masked gunmen remained at large Thursday following a bizarre bank heist in which they strapped what they said was a bomb to the bank manager’s midsection and forced her to order employees to “take out all the money” from her branch.
A Bank of America branch was evacuated Wednesday after a robbery victim strapped with an unknown device was found inside the building, deputies said.
Many parents are finding their toddlers, in their words, “addicted” to the iPad in a way that differs from other playthings or even the ubiquitous television set.
Depending on your age bracket, a new device that allows parents to follow their teens’ every move behind the wheel is either evil or genius.