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Category: Science & Technology

EveryoneOn Brings Internet to Diverse Communities

EveryoneOn works from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. towards making low-cost Internet available to diverse communities.
categories BusinessScience & Technology

Buzzfeed Now Read More by Latinos Than White Americans

According to Buzzfeed staff memo, according to Latino Loop. Plus, more entertaining Latino news items!
categories Arts & CultureMediaRace/Ethnic RelationsScience & Technology

Wizard of Woz

Apple co-founder speaks at the NAMM Show.
categories Arts & CultureScience & Technology

Millions Affected in Anthem Data Breach

Anthem Inc., the nation’s second largest health-care provider, began informing the public Wednesday, Feb. 4, of a data breach compromising the information of about 80 million customers and employees.
categories BusinessPublic SafetyScience & Technology

LA City Council Candidate David Ryu Revamps Website

David Ryu, a candidate for the Los Angeles City Council District 4 seat, revamped his website last Thursday to make it more user-friendly and appealing to potential voters as the March 3 primary election nears.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsPoliticsScience & Technology

Alhambra Police Department Launches WeChat to Communicate with Young, Immigrant Chinese Speakers

Alhambra PD launched a WeChat account in addition to Weibo, a Chinese Twitter. WeChat is a popular text messaging application for Chinese speakers.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsPublic SafetyRace/Ethnic RelationsScience & Technology

Metro Red Line Riders in LA to Get WiFi, Cell Phone Service

Last week, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority began working on a two-year, $800,000 project to install wireless connectivity in four red line stations by May, while cell service will be available to the line’s 150,000 daily passengers by August.
categories City AffairsScience & Technology

UCLA Needs More Asian Americans for an Alcohol Study

The Addictions Research Laboratory in the Department of Psychology at UCLA is looking for Asian Americans who drink alcohol to participate in a study investigating a medication for alcohol use.
categories Arts & CultureFoodRace/Ethnic RelationsScience & Technology

Residents Voice Out Against High-speed Rail Through Angeles National Forest

United in their opposition to build California’s high-speed rail line through the Angeles National Forest, more than 1,000 residents rallied Tuesday night, Jan. 13, in Lake View Terrace, voicing their concerns about how building the rail would drive down property values, bisect the Sunland and Tujunga neighborhoods, and permanently affect the region’s way of life.
categories Green NewsPoliticsScience & Technology

David Choi to Launch New Web Series

Considered a pioneer in the YouTube music scene, Choi has helped pave a way for independent artists to be seen, heard and compensated through the digital platform. As of January 2015, he has nearly a million subscribers and over 96 million views total on his YouTube videos.
categories Arts & CultureScience & Technology
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