Retailers are taking to targeting customers over social media sites for 2013′s Black Friday.
A prank video that has since gone viral has some people wondering is too much information on social media is literally too much information.
What’s being billed as the world’s first Twitter-based taxi service is expected to celebrate its launch Thursday in Venice Beach.
Matt Barnes is apologizing to his Los Angeles Clippers teammates and coaches for getting ejected and then sending out a profane tweet.
Thousands of passengers on planes and waiting to board flights witnessed a shooting Friday morning that wounded at least three people at Los Angeles International Airport’s Terminal 3, and many of them took to Twitter to give a live play by play of the chaos.
Authorities say they have arrested a 17-year-old girl Wednesday on suspicion of threatening to shoot students at Lawndale High School via Twitter.
Who’s watching you? What are they learning about you? And how can you turn it off?
Well 10-time All-Star and Dodgers legend Steve Garvey stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to tell fans how they can get their picture taken with the World Series trophy and autographs from their favorite baseball legends!
Troubled NBA basketball star Lamar Odom has finally broken his silence on Twitter after being arrested for DUI in August.
A ruling by the California Fair Political Practices Commission Thursday aimed to bring more transparency to online political campaign posts.
Apple’s mobile operating system got a major facelift Wednesday with the new iOS 7.
Young and old market their art via the Cloud, but these artists and enthusiasts are chosen for that extra personal edge.
Twitter is going public. The short messaging service says it has filed confidential documents for an initial public offering of stock.
The legislation would expand California’s prohibition against employers asking job candidates or employees for access to their social media accounts.
Patricia Richardson teaches computer classes for a low cost at a career and job resource center called Women at Work in Pasadena.