"L.A. is L.A. It's paradise. It has access to everything you could want. I miss our friends. But I certainly don't miss the cost."
In the second of our two-part series on tech workers migrating during the pandemic, senior finance reporter Ben Bergman talks to Angelenos who moved once their companies went remote. Many say they aren't coming back. (You can also read part one here.
Tesla announces it delivered a record number of vehicles last quarter.
Twitter is building a feature to fight misinformation.
Electric truck-maker Nikola issues YouTube takedown notices of its own flawed promotional video.
A security flaw in Grindr allowed anyone to take over user accounts.
Warner Bros' "The Witches" movie will skip theaters and stream on HBO Max.
Amazon Music is working with Warner and Universal Music to remaster thousands of albums.
Former Triller employees tell Business Insider the TikTok competitor inflated its numbers.
New York startup Indify launches to identify rising musicians and match them with industry professionals.
Google shuts down its Daydream VR platform.
The dot.LA Summit is coming in October, featuring cutting-edge programming, fast-pitch competitions, networking, workshops, social events and a live awards show. See the
speakers list and register for early bird prices here!
LA Tech Workers Migrate to Cheaper Cities
A wave of L.A. tech workers have left during the pandemic, accelerating a yearslong trend of migration to cheaper inland cities such as Las Vegas, Sacramento and Phoenix. Read more >>
How Outer Aims To Disrupt the Furniture Industry
In this week's Office Hours podcast, hear Outer founder Jiake Liu's hard-earned lessons about startups, his "Shark Tank" pitch day experience and how he maintains investor relationships. Listen here >>
Watch Techstars Demo Day with Us
On Thursday, October 8, dotLA and Techstars LA are teaming up to bring the signature event capping the annual Techstars LA class. Same great startups, community building and networking - just virtual this year. It's free! Watch it here >>
Nominate Innovators for dot.LA's Startup Awards
We are thrilled to announce the first dot.LA Startup Awards 2020, a celebration of the most innovative people and companies in the L.A. startup and tech community, on Wednesday, October 28th. See the award categories and nominate companies >>
Register for the dot.LA Summit Website!
The inaugural dot.LA Summit on October 27th and 28th will feature a selection of disruptive and innovative L.A.-based startups, keynote speakers and panelists, made up of founder CEOs and C-level executives working in tech, media, entertainment and healthcare. See the growing speaker list and register here!