TECHNOLOGY: Local firm sees commercial uses for UAVs.
DreamHammer looks to direct its drone software into use for nonmilitary functions.
TRANSPORTATION: First trip by Surf Air to fly from Burbank to San Carlos.
Surf Air Inc. in Santa Monica has finally gotten the all-clear from the government to begin flying.
INTERNET: Dollar Shave Club seeks to mirror bathroom success.
Dollar Shave Club looks to clean up in online sales with its new wipes for men.
Dollar Shave Club on Tuesday released “One Wipe Charlies,” a self-described “butt wipe for men,” gunning squarely at the $9 billion toilet paper industry.
Surf Air in Santa Monica was always an appealing company to investors and future customers. It offered a new type of airline that would shuttle passengers in commuter jets to and from small airports along the West Coast. Plus, for a monthly fee, subscribers could have unlimited flights.
L.A. Galaxy kicks off new online chapter with ‘social hub.’
Pro soccer’s L.A. Galaxy hopes to get the ball rolling on social media with its new mobile site.
Rubicon Project’s Frank Addante aspires to snatch cyberspace crown from Internet leader Google.
Internet ad pioneer Frank Addante is confident he can expand his cyberspace territory.
FRUITS: Resnicks, Sun Pacific to take orange feud to food aisle.
Former mandarin orange partners look to show more marketing juice in the supermarket aisle.
INTERNET: Gigit aims to bring bands and paying jobs together online.
Craigslist ain’t the place to book a band, man.
DreamWorks Animation deal for AwesomenessTV shows drawing power of YouTube as distribution platform.