Google will sell the "Explorer" version of Glass to any U.S. resident who places an online order beginning 9 a.m. PDT April 15. The product will cost $1,500.
The company says the move will tap into existing engineering talent in California and improve customer service by putting its resources in a single location.
The L.A. Register launches next week and has new bureaus in San Fernando Valley, Hermosa Beach, Pasadena and downtown L.A.
CBS says the location of the show will be determined and announced at a later date. L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti has pushed to bring the show here.
The Irwindale City Council's action gives the factory 90 days to make changes to stop the spicy odors that prompted complaints from some residents last fall.
There were 300,000 applications filed last week — the fewest since May 2007. Economists say the data are another sign that the labor market is gaining some strength.
The 2020 Commission boldly recommends combining the Ports of LA and Long Beach. A debate over whether competition between the two is good or bad.
California Department of Insurance wants ride-sharing firms to have $1 million commercial liability insurance that starts when drivers look for customers on the app.
The city of Lakewood is the "most boring" place in the state of California, according to a new report published on real estate company Movoto's blog.
Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling nearly 1.8 million vehicles in the U.S. for various safety problems, including air bags that may fail to deploy.
Bank of America is paying $772 million in fines and refunds to settle regulators' accusations that it misled customers who bought extra credit card products and illegally charged others for credit monitoring and reporting services they didn't receive.
Swiss investment firm FiveT Capital now owns 13 percent of American Apparel.
You can now search the online review site Yelp using emojis—those little cartoon-ish characters you can create with a certain set of keystrokes.
Technology stocks rose after taking a beating over the past week. Investors will start to focus on company earnings this week.
The pay equity issue, which President Obama and Democrats are using as a central campaign theme, could also gain traction with male voters.
Comcast says its planned merger with Time Warner Cable would not deprive consumers of TV or broadband choices