California state officials released reports Thursday detailing six accidents that involved self-driving car prototypes, reversing a policy that had shielded details of how the next-generation technology is performing during testing on public roads.
Dainese, an Italian company with North American headquarters in Costa Mesa, is putting air bag protection right into riders’ apparel.
Investors say the L.A. area is booming with tech companies and expert more start-ups to come.
In this potential “new age of aviation”, aircraft would be far less reliant on fossil fuels, while improving performance and greatly reducing noise.
Google Inc. revealed Monday that its self-driving cars have been in 11 minor traffic accidents since it began experimenting with the technology six years ago.
A local team at NASA is using the latest in satellite technology to assist with rescue efforts following last month’s magnitude-7.8 quake in Nepal.
Electric car maker Tesla Motors wants to park its battery technology in homes and businesses across the U.S.
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Scientists at Stanford University said they have developed a high-performance aluminum-ion battery that could replace the alkaline and lithium-ion batteries that are used to power devices today.
A virtual reality technology, very much like that used in many modern video games, is now being used to showcase properties for real estate in Southern California.
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Nothing worse than the food feeling hot to the touch — but you bite into a big cold spot.
Propelled by their desire to make a difference, members of the Southern California Honda Dealers Association have teamed up with CBS EcoMedia to provide the underserved students at KIPP Los Angeles’ College Preparatory School with […]
Like sleep apnea, email apnea puts people at risk for a variety of illnesses, such as stroke, heart attack and diabetes, expert believe.
More travelers flying in and out of LAX and other airports nationwide will soon be using new technology to get where they’re going.