Top 10 Tech News Sources on L.A. Tech

The LA tech scene has been making a BIG impact, and it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. With all the hustle and bustle going on in the tech world, it’s often hard to keep up with everything. In order to help you stay up-to-date, I have found the top 10 tech news sources for LA Tech. As if life hasn’t been made simple enough for us, it just got even simpler. Take a look, read some articles, and see which sites you like the best!

  1. This site aggregates news, events, jobs and other resources from multiple LA-based organizations. The site aims to promote the Silicon Beach LA community in a “one-stop shop” manner, and it’s working closely with the LA startup Fliptu in order to integrate its social media aggregation engine.
  2. socalTECH.comsocalTECH provides up to date news and information about high tech companies in socal, including interviews, venture funding, business news, a calendar of local events and a database of technology firms in the region. 
  3. This news source is an independent organization that delivering an insightful story of the technology industry by showcasing the people creating it. Their mission? “To discover, cover and connect you with vetted technology resources in the Southern California ecosystem and beyond.” In addition, TechZulu gives viewers real time reporting at conferences and its weekly news shows.
  4. General Assembly LAGeneral Assembly is a unique news source because it helps entrepreneurs in Los Angeles build more efficiently and reduce the barrier of entry into the startup world to others through business, technology and design education. This new model brings people together AND takes advantage of a new kind of learning-by-doing.
  5. Both Sides of the TableThis is a site ran by Mark Suster, a 2x entrepreneur who has gone to the Dark Side of VC. This entrepreneur turned VC joined GRP Partners in 2007 as a General Partner. He focuses on early-stage technology companies, usually looking at Series A or seed investments. The site also offers PR tips, start-up advice, raising VC, angels, and much more.
  6. BizBest“Business Made Better” delivers independent, non-commercial ideas, trends, tactics and resources for business owners, executives and startup entrepreneurs. It also offers insider access to some of the most promising new technologies, services and solutions. “How-to” advice from experts is another big plus of this site.
  7. CAYPENThis site’s main focus is collaboration. With multiple companies collaborating with CAYPEN, this site aims to engage and unite idea builders, decision makers, game changers, trend setters, advertisers investors and industry experts across all business, nonprofit, academic and social enterprise ecosystems.
  8. StartupDigest: On StartupDigest you can sign up for their Los Angeles top-notch enewsletter. The enewsletter gives you startup info and an event calendars for startup communities. They handpick the best content for you and make sure that all the content delivered to you is useful AND actionable.
  9. Ryan BornRyan’s entrepreneurial ramblings are actually quite informative. He is CEO at AudioMicro Inc., a VC backed digital content licensing conglomerate operating 3+ online brands. He was an investor in and VP of Finance for WireImage and is presently an angel investor in 2 startups. Basically, this guy does everything, and has time to write about it too!
  10. BuiltinLA: The nationwide Builtin brand aggregates stories, startups, and events from around the community to let you see what’s going on in LA Tech.
  11. LA Tech Rise: Need I say more? 🙂


  1. Ben Kuo · April 19, 2013

    Thanks for the mention!

  2. Tony Karrer · April 21, 2013

    Surprised you didn’t include:

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