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On Tuesday, the Santa Monica company announced that it has become the parent for a line of three mobile services.
Garcetti has been working since the earliest days of his candidacy to become the crown prince of Silicon Beach.
J2 Global Inc.’s Ziff Davis unit on Monday said that it had acquired tech content online network NetShelter from San Francisco ad platform InPowered.
Shares of OSI Systems Inc. fell Monday after the company said its Rapiscan security unit expects to receive a debarment notice from the Department of Homeland Security related to its airport scanner software.
Mobile payment company Payvia announced Monday it acquired text message marketing platform Mogreet. The companies did not disclose terms of the deal.
‘Previs’ looks to ride blockbuster trend
Previsualization firms are getting a piece of the Hollywood action as effects-heavy movies make big box office.
BIOPLASTICS: Maker of compostable cups, utensils joins clean tech facility.
LA Cleantech Incubator heaps praise on latest member: a maker of compostable cups and utensils.
LAW: Manatt Phelps sees enough opportunity to create industry division.
Manatt Phelps & Phillips courts digital media firms with a new division that includes a venture fund.
SECURITY: Cinavia code stops Blu-ray players from accessing stolen content.
Sony Pictures Entertainment and its studio counterparts are trying to turn pirates into paying customers.
L.A.’s tech companies are creating many things, but public stock probably won’t be among them, Charles Crumpley writes.
Pheed quietly made the Android version of the app available for download earlier this week.
Manatt announced Wednesday that it has brought on technology entrepreneur and digital media veteran Peter Csathy to run the investment operation, Manatt Digital Media Ventures.
StyleHaul announced Tuesday that it has raised $6 million from RTL Group, a TV and radio broadcaster out of Luxembourg.
Shares of the Beverly Hills Internet dating company closed at their highest price yet on Monday following the news that two investment banks had initiated Spark coverage.