Authorities used a GPS tracking device to nab an alleged robbery suspect in Rancho Palos Verdes.
A new iPhone app aims to help frustrated drivers find an open parking spot in downtown Los Angeles.
An iPhone owner used the phone’s tracking device to lead police to armed robbery suspects early Monday morning, officials said.
Police Wednesday arrested the second of two Simi Valley students who allegedly stole an iPhone from a woman’s purse while she watched her daughter play soccer.
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.
Orders for the iPhone 5 topped 2 million in the first 24 hours after Apple started taking them at 12 midnight Pacific time on Friday. That’s more than double the amount of iPhone 4S orders on its first full day.
The iPhone 5, out later this month, is thinner, lighter and has a bigger screen than its predecessors. For hordes of Apple fans who have some money to spare, the question is: What should you do with your old iPhone after you buy a new one?
Amazon is updating its Kindle Fire tablet computer as it steps up competition with Apple’s iPad.
Apple Inc. on Tuesday invited reporters to a news conference next week in San Francisco with a message that suggests that it will reveal the iPhone 5, as expected.
Police are warning iPhone, Droid and other smartphone owners of a sharp rise in the number of brazen robberies targeting those devices.
The music-subscription company Spotify is joining Pandora, Slacker and Songza in offering a free radio service for mobile devices in the U.S.
Have you ever had a computer or phone get stolen and you want nothing more than to track down who took it? We did just that with the help of tracking software.
Police warned people in Venice to protect their Apples following a recent rash of robberies where thieves targeted iPhones, iPods and other Apple products.
University police are investigating a report of a UCLA student who was robbed at gunpoint on Midvale Avenue Wednesday night.
A judge in Southern California on Friday awarded $850 to an iPhone user because AT&T Inc. reduced his download speeds in an attempt to manage usage on its network.