A recruitment agency that specializes in technology is looking to place people in more than 200 open positions across Southern California.
Google’s self-driving cars will soon be seen on California roads. Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Tuesday, officially making Google’s cars legal to drive on the street.
Children who come with the ability to interact with computer screens and basic keyboard knowledge find it much easier to learn in today’s classrooms.
Certainly, nobody who remembers that first solo drive to pick up friends would trade the experience for texting said friends from the family room.
Janna Robinson, America’s foremost lifestyle technology expert, visited the KCAL9 studios Tuesday to show viewers how to give their home a tech makeover.
A company that supplies California prisons with pay phones is installing technology to disable cell phones.
Got a techie in the family? Jennifer Jolly has the gift for them!
Technology perfected on the battlefields of Iraq will soon see its way into patrol cars of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
There’s a new sheriff’s patrol car in town — and it has technology straight from the streets of Baghdad.
The holiday season starts early for car buffs each year in the Southland, when the Los Angeles Auto Show comes to the Convention Center.
Electric vehicle maker CODA Automotive opened its global headquarters Thursday at an event that drew Gov. Jerry Brown and Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.
Is your flat screen television an eye sore? If so, HGTV’s Lisa LaPorta can fix that!
Facebook says it will share the technology behind the servers that power its massive online social network.
The Dow Jones industrial average neared 12,000 for the first time since June 2008 Monday as technology and materials companies led broad gains in the stock market.
Technology comes and goes so fast these days (do you still have a Walkman?) it’s hard for anyone to keep up, let alone seniors who aren’t waiting for every new gadget coming down the pike.