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"We see a problem that nobody's solving. We don't have low-gravity stations in orbit, we don't have the ability to build large structures economically and easily in orbit."
Orbital Assembly is working on autonomous robots that can build luxury hotels in space and could eventually create a floating interstellar cruise ship.
How Roku used the Netflix playbook to beat bigger players and rule streaming video.
Google searches for new measure of skin tones to curb bias in products.
Here's how big tech companies are celebrating Juneteenth, the new national holiday.
Retail trend forecasters look more to TikTok than the runway.
Venture capital makes a record $17B bet on the crypto world.
Pornhub sued for allegedly serving "under-age, non-consensual" videos.
The guy at the center of Facebook's misinformation mess.
Vacationing in space? With intercelestial travel fast approaching for people who can afford it, Fontana-based Orbital Assembly Corp. is already plotting out a hospitality industry.
Three Black creators are offering NFTs tied to holograms of themselves performing the viral dance moves they pioneered that sparked discussion over how to compensate digital performers.
California's digital vaccine record is an alternative to the paper vaccination card. And signing up for it is voluntary.
MaC Venture Capital Managing General Partner Marlon Nichols talks to the L.A. Venture Podcast about his background growing up as a Jamaican immigrant, how his investment philosophy reflects his blue collar mindset and the firm's "glass half full" mentality.