"We like disrupting. And we're trying to be meaningful, if not own the entire category."
They're two of the most successful entrepreneurs in Los Angeles, predicting tech trends since 1996. Reporter Sam Blake talks to James Segil and Alex Kazerani about what they see in the city's future.
Corporate America is not thrilled with the ban on WeChat.
AMC Theatres plans to offer 15-cent tickets to moviegoers when theaters reopen.
MuckerLab's accelerator program is open for applications.
A California appeals court rules Amazon can be held liable for products sold in its Marketplace.
Tesla is losing market share to Volkswagon, Renault and Hyundai electric vehicles in Germany.
Collectively, they've sold five L.A.-based tech companies since 1998, employed thousands of Angelenos and watched the city's industry transform from afterthought to the spotlight. Read more >>
The L.A. venture firm is aiming to fund 35 early-stage companies over the next three years, with check sizes ranging from $250,000 to $1 million. Read more >>
It's given away tiny homes and a Lamborghini blessed and signed by Pope Francis. Now Omaze has raised $30 million to take its celebrity charity operations to the next level. Read more >>