Los Angeles Times

Andrea Chang

Writer

Andrea Chang is an assistant editor in the Business section. She previously covered technology and the retail industry as a reporter. Chang graduated from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and has written for the St. Petersburg Times, the Oregonian and the San Jose Mercury News. She joined the L.A. Times the same week the first iPhone went on sale in 2007 and is fittingly from Cupertino, Calif.

Recent Articles

  • Alphabet is poised to be world's most valuable company

    Alphabet is poised to be world's most valuable company

    Google got a new name and now is on the brink of a new title: The tech titan looks set to be crowned the most valuable company in the world, toppling fellow Silicon Valley heavyweight Apple Inc.The Mountain View, Calif., Internet giant on Monday reported earnings for the first time under the banner...

  • Making a connection in telecom

    Making a connection in telecom

    The gig: As senior vice president of the Southwest region for T-Mobile, Sam Sindha oversees a large area that includes Southern California, Bakersfield, Las Vegas, Arizona, El Paso and New Mexico. He directly manages about 4,400 employees and is responsible for all aspects of sales and operations...

  • Carmakers show off tech innovations at CES

    Carmakers show off tech innovations at CES

    LAS VEGAS — Speed and cars go hand in hand, whether you're talking acceleration, tight turns in the corners or how high the speedometer will go. Speed and car companies? Not so much. Tired of being cast as stodgy behemoths, a dozen of the world's largest automakers have descended upon CES, turning...

  • At CES, Volkswagen chairman says 'I am truly sorry' about emissions scandal

    At CES, Volkswagen chairman says 'I am truly sorry' about emissions scandal

    After an emissions cheating scandal that rocked the world, Volkswagen wants to say it's sorry. "We disappointed our customers and the American people, for which I am truly sorry, and for which I apologize," Herbert Diess, chairman of the Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand, told a crowd of hundreds...

  • Samsung shows off more devices at CES as part of its smart home concept

    Samsung shows off more devices at CES as part of its smart home concept

    Samsung trotted out souped-up versions of its high-definition televisions sets, smart appliances and even unveiled a new two-in-one Galaxy tablet at CES, the annual technology conference in Las Vegas. The most eye-catching product was the company's 2016 SUHD (or ultra-high-definition) television...

  • CES kicks off with prediction that global tech sales will fall 2% this year

    CES kicks off with prediction that global tech sales will fall 2% this year

    Global technology sales are predicted to fall 2% to $950 billion this year, setting a cautionary tone on the first day of the massive CES trade show. The annual consumer electronics convention kicked off Monday afternoon with a pair of media events that outlined the industry's major trends and...

  • Faraday Future unveils Batmobile-like electric concept car at CES

    Faraday Future unveils Batmobile-like electric concept car at CES

    The wait is over. Faraday Future, the secretive Chinese-backed Gardena automaker, finally unveiled its first concept car at CES: a sleek, silver-and-black Batmobile-esque electric vehicle called the FFZERO1. The 1,000-horsepower car was revealed Monday night during a launch event attended by hundreds...

  • CES shifts its focus to innovations changing the tech industry

    CES shifts its focus to innovations changing the tech industry

    As CES ballooned into an overwhelming crush of products, press events and panels in recent years, longtime attendees grumbled that it was just too much stuff and not enough substance. Bejeweled smartphone cases shared space with vibrating forks, Wi-Fi-connected washing machines were displayed alongside...

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