Could These Little Scooters Be the Future of People Moving?

The small, lightweight Urb-E is being positioned as the next big thing
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Frustrated L.A. Rideshare Drivers Protest Uber’s Latest Painful Pay Cut

Local drivers were barely scraping by—then the app cut their rate by 25 percent

Fed-up Westsiders, Valley-ites Trying to Bring Down Waze

Some locals, allegedly, have lowered themselves to reporting fake crashes

Drought Data: The Surprising Numbers Behind Household Water Use

So you think you’ve maxed out on the H2O you are able to save? A quick dive into the facts and figures might help you squeeze a few more drops out of your bill

Street Cred: L.A. Now Has Techie-Pampering Buses, Too

On the ride to work, YP employees can work, sleep, or read TMZ

Selling Off Unused Parking Meter Time: There’s an App for That

Now available in L.A., though maybe not for long

Police Demand Waze Shut Off Cop Tracking Feature

Officers say the app puts lives in danger
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The Lawmaker Behind AB 5 Wants to Change How Food Delivery Apps Operate

Lorena Gonzalez's AB 2149 seeks to snuff out practices that prey on mom-and-pop restaurants—but the tech industry is pushing back

16 Unique and Interesting Things To Do This Weekend, 8/4

Guzzle frozen pudding at Smorgasburg or live out your Jim Henson fantasies at a Labyrinth-themed masquerade ball
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Elon Musk Has Quietly Been Buying Up an Entire Cul-de-Sac in Bel-Air for Years

The Tesla billionaire claims to be cash poor, but he sure is rich in L.A. real estate