Electric vehicles are more popular than ever. Yet, they still are only beginning to scratch the surface of their potential. Over the next decade or two, electric cars will likely overtake gas-powered ones as the most popular vehicles on the road.
The world got a glimpse at what a transportation hub of the future might look like when Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HyperloopTT) unveiled designs for a full-scale commercial hyperloop system this week.
In the world we lived in before the pandemic boom lowered, if we had decent access to health care, the annual doctor’s visit, a half-hour with the physician after a little prep from a nurse, is something many Americans took for granted. Not all, but many, maybe even most.
Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. could be delivering food via driverless cars in the future after investing this week in Mountain View-based Nuro Inc.
ServiceTitan Inc., a Los Angeles-area software provider for the home and commercial service industries, has raised another $500 million.
Space Exploration Technologies Corp. launched 60 more of its broadband internet satellites into orbit early on Wednesday in the company’s fourth Starlink mission in three weeks.
There are few places in California, maybe anywhere, weirder or more wonderful than the Salton Sea.
It’s a sparkling blue oasis in the state’s southeastern corner, framed by harsh desert, jutting mountains and seemingly endless green farm fields. Its modern incarnation was created more than 100 years ago, when the swelling waters of the Colorado River overran an agricultural canal. Now it’s drying up, spewing harmful dust into the Imperial Valley’s already badly polluted air.
Emburse is so sure of it that the expense management and accounts payable automation company has made a couple of acquisitions to beef up its travel offerings.
The Los Angeles-based company has acquired Roadmap, a mobile business traveler solution based in The Netherlands, and DVI (Data Visualization Intelligence, a travel data expert out of Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Sophie Angner, operations manager at the Los Angeles based startup accelerator Expert Dojo, announces the company’s plans to invest in 80 new startups in 2021. Each chosen startup will receive a total investment of $100.000 USD.