With 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.
More travelers flying in and out of LAX and other airports nationwide will soon be using new technology to get where they’re going.
A Southland bench advertising firm says it has partnered with city officials to test out the use of a signal-emitting technology on a “small percentage” of local bus benches.
Los Angeles County officials Wednesday announced the launch of a mobile app that allows users to render immediate aid to cardiac arrest victims located in their vicinity.
Transportation officials Thursday debuted a new state-of-the-art mobile command post designed to help keep bus and rail operations running smoothly in the event of an emergency.
Law enforcement officials and community leaders introduced a smartphone app Friday that allows users to capture and report hate incidents.
Police officers in Los Angeles and across California will soon be using a smartphone app that can provide instant access to state and federal criminal databases.
A Norwalk man was behind bars Thursday on suspicion of breaking into a Santa Home couple’s home, stealing their new Mercedes Benz and driving back to his mobile home park.
An Orange County husband and wife were arraigned Friday for allegedly keeping two young female relatives malnourished and locked inside an unsanitary mobile home without letting them go outside.
City officials aren’t wasting any time enforcing a new law that targets mobile billboards.