Caroline O'Donovan

senior technology reporter for BuzzFeed News

senior technology reporter for BuzzFeed News

Caroline O'Donovan on KCRW

The gig economy has made it easy and fast to order food, groceries, or a ride.

If you tip your Amazon driver, that money isn’t really a tip

The gig economy has made it easy and fast to order food, groceries, or a ride.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Google workers are walking out of their offices round the world. The protests come after massive private payments to men accused of sexual harassment and assault.

Will Google walkout change sexual harassment culture?

Google workers are walking out of their offices round the world. The protests come after massive private payments to men accused of sexual harassment and assault.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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The city of LA has locked basketball hoops in Venice Beach, even as more outdoor and indoor activities get the green light to restart.

from Greater LA

Pot patrons consider the date of 4/20 as their own holiday. This year is a special one — the 50th anniversary of 420.

from KCRW Features

Joe Mathews says national governments and tech companies are not up to the job of regulating the worldwide web.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

The Marvel movie “Black Widow” was set to be the first big movie to premiere exclusively in theaters once they reopened.

from Hollywood Breakdown

California's Wonder Valley is arid and sparsely populated, where property values have jumped close to 20% in the last year, according to an estimate by Zillow .

from Greater LA

“The Emerald Cup 2021 really encapsulates the best of California cannabis these days. The strains that won are the ones that you want to look for on the shelves.

from KCRW Features

Why is affordable housing so expensive to build in Los Angeles? It’s all about the money — where it comes from and how long it takes to get it.

from Greater LA

Live music has mostly been on hold for the last year, but as LA County begins to reopen and allow for more activities, music venues are looking at potential in-person events.

from Greater LA

Latinos make up less than 40% of the California population — but more than 55% of the state’s coronavirus cases.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand