They’re lined up outside welfare offices, on street corners, and in supermarkets: people hawking free cellphones for those in need.
It’s being called the largest IRS phone fraud scam targeting taxpayers ever.
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.
Excited about getting the new iPhone 6? Good. Just don’t go putting it in the microwave.
A judge signaled Sprint Corp. could end up in a legal battle over a phone bought from a Pasadena store which allegedly contained pornographic images seen by a minor.
An estimated one in five seniors has fallen victim to a financial scam, with only a fraction of such incidents ever reported to authorities, Los Angeles County prosecutors said Monday.
A felony property damage charge against a friend and former housemate of Justin Bieber was reduced Wednesday to a misdemeanor.
A federal judge ruled Monday that the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of phone records likely violates the Constitution’s ban on unreasonable searches.
Some free smartphone applications are aiming to keep children safe on Halloween.
A lawsuit filed by a Southland father claims a phone he bought for his underage son contained pornographic images of sales representatives from the same Sprint store where he made the purchase.
Telecommunications giant AT&T was under fire Wednesday after the company tweeted a picture of the Manhattan skyline on a cellphone.
The city of Los Angeles is still one of the most dangerous cities in which to walk and talk or text, according to a new study.
Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein spoke to reporters Thursday after the Obama administration defended the National Security Agency’s need to collect the records.
A CNET report says Apple is aware of a special URL that allows a stranger to hijack your user account and reset your ID and password by simply knowing your birthday and email address.
Privacy advocates are questioning whether the Los Angeles Police Department’s alleged use of a controversial cellphone tracking technology is legal.