Could pre-approved homes be the key to tackling L.A.'s growing housing crisis? Contributor Sarah Favot looks at a new city program that seeks to increase L.A.'s housing supply.
From movies to gyms to eateries, a lot will reopen in L.A. County as early as Monday.
A Tesla shareholder sues Elon Musk, claiming his tweets violate an SEC settlement.
The NTSB calls for stronger regulations for automated driving systems on public roads.
ChromaDex lands a Walmart distribution deal.
How ByteDance plans to crack the gaming industry.
Amazon won't sell books framing LGBTQ+ identities as mental illnesses.
Microsoft and Google spar ahead of antitrust hearing on tech and the future of news.
Disney World will offer MagicBand access via the iPhone and Apple Watch.
Tesla hikes its prices, again.
U.S. lawmakers propose an Australia-style bill for media, tech negotiations.
Homeowners who for years have wanted to build a granny flat in their backyard, but dreaded the red tape, can now choose from 20 pre-designed homes that the city has already approved for use. We look at the options and the firms that created them. Read more >>
HBO Max will be available for less than its top-of-the-market $15 per month in June – as long as you're willing to stomach ads. Read more >>
Empathy and research will always be key to product design, but they can't replace representation. Albert Head of Product Amanda Lui looks at how to make sure your audience is embedded in the process, and why. Read more >>
The line between tech and entertainment companies has never been thinner. Top Hollywood players are becoming software behemoths, major tech firms are tripling down on their content investments and a number of startups are finding new ways to blend the two worlds. From the very heart of this convergence between tech, media and entertainment in Los Angeles, we're launching "Intersect," a first-of-its-kind summit, held live virtually on Wednesday, April 28.