"The chance of somebody being potentially exposed to SARS CoV-2 is a very real risk for anybody living in California."
COVID test-maker Curative is looking to expand testing to mobile vans and kiosks in a bid to get a better handle on L.A.'s infection hot spots. dot.LA's Rachel Uranga talked to the founder about the city's testing challenges.
Snapchat released its new third-party "Mini" apps, including a meditation app created with Headspace.
Netflix released new software making it easier for teams working on their platform to partner on creating visual effects.
SpaceX launched a South Korean satellite reusing a booster that previously sent astronauts to the International Space Station.
We're looking for companies to take part in our next Startup Pitch Showcase on entertainment. Nominate your startup or just register to watch!
Taking COVID Testing to Vans and Vending Machines
COVID-19 testing kiosks could soon be rolling out as the creator of Los Angeles' coronavirus tests looks for ways to get more residents checked for the deadly virus. Read more >>
Gemist Gets Backing from De Beers
Online jewelry retailer Gemist has new funding to grow its "try-and-buy" model, which allows customers to design and test out pieces from home. Read more >>
Trellis Expands to 3 New States
L.A.-based Trellis Research, an AI-powered legal research and analytics platform, announced Monday it has expanded to New York, Florida and Texas. Read more >>
Our Next 'Female Founders Stories' Event is Thursday
Join us at 11 a.m. Thursday, July 23rd for our next edition of "Female Founders Stories: to Live and Work in L.A." We'll talk with Tea Drops co-founder and CEO Sashee Chandran along with Skylar CEO Cat Chen. Register >>
Our Next Startup Pitch Showcase
Nominate your company to take part in our next Startup Pitch Showcase set for Thursday, August 6th. We are looking for Southern California startups in the interactive and virtual entertainment space. Nominate your company and register for the event!