Rich DeMuro
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Rich DeMuro is the tech reporter for KTLA 5 News in Los Angeles and his "Tech Report" is seen on dozens of television stations nationwide, including WPIX-TV in New York, WGN-TV in Chicago and KRON-TV in San Francisco.

He is also co-host of a daily tech culture show on CNET called "Tomorrow Daily."

Rich has more than a decade of experience reporting and producing news for TV, radio, print and the Internet.

Before joining KTLA, Rich was the technology reporter for KCBS-TV/KCAL-TV in Los Angeles and also served as editor of the technology websites CNET and Techmeme. At CNET, Rich's show "The Queue" was a fast and fun way to keep up with the digital world.

Rich lends his tech expertise to various other media outlets. He is often heard discussing the latest tech news with Carson Daly and radio personalities Kevin and Bean. He also has also appeared on KFWB-AM and KOST-FM in Los Angeles. Other appearances include G4TV, CNBC, NBC's "Today" show, ABC News, Fox News and the BBC.

Rich was also a reporter with Channel One News, a daily newscast shown in middle and high schools nationwide. Before that, he was a reporter for TV stations in Washington and Louisiana.

Rich is originally from New Jersey and graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in broadcast journalism. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and son, and enjoys traveling, reading, running, magic, movies, music and writing.

Recent Articles
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    Apple Music is now available. Should you drop Spotify or Pandora and switch to the new music service? Apple Music is free for three months. After your trial period is over, the service will cost $10 per month.

  • Top Travel Apps For Toddlers That Teach and Entertain

    The iPad is helping parents keep their toddlers entertained for hours on long trips, but there are so many apps to choose from. We talked to expert Sue Thotz of Common Sense to get some picks for apps that provide both entertainment and education. One thing to keep in mind when you download these apps – be sure to run them for the first time when you’re still at home and have an internet connection on your tablet. Some of […]

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    No, Your Samsung Battery Is Not Spying On You – Here’s Proof

    There is a video going around on Facebook showing a guy taking apart the battery inside his Samsung phone and finding a coiled antenna inside. He says that this is spying on every phone user and “recording every photo of yours.” He also urges folks to remove this unnecessary part of the battery and his proof is that the phone still works without it. The video has folks tearing apart their batteries and removing the piece. Unfortunately, what he is saying […]

  • AT&T U-verse Launches Apple Watch App To Turn Your Wrist Into a TV Remote

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  • Three Hot Tech Startups Working to Make Your Life Easier

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    Internet Connected Sprinklers Check Forecast Before Watering, Could Save You Money

    Imagine never having to program your sprinklers ever again… or see them go off after it just rained. A new crop of internet connected sprinkler controllers – or smart irrigation systems – can help you take control of your water situation. They check the weather forecast before watering your lawn and adjust their schedule based on a variety of factors. You can easily install these systems yourself if you are comfortable with simple wiring and a screwdriver. The toughest part […]

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    Hot Wheels Debuts Toy Tesla

    Tesla and Hot Wheels – these two big names are teaming up for a tiny project! Perhaps you’ve always wanted an all electric Tesla car but you’re not exactly ready for the $100,000 price tag? Now you can own one, but on a slightly smaller scale. The new Hot Wheels Tesla Model S is available now and you will love the price. It has a suggested price tag of $1.09. This isn’t the first time Tesla and Hot Wheels have collaborated. […]

  • E3: An Inside Look at the Video Game Industry’s Largest Event of the Year

    It’s the video game industry’s biggest event of the year. We got an inside look at E3 in Los Angeles To learn more about E3, visit their website.

  • The Real Cost of ‘Free’ Mobile Games

    The ‘free’ games you download to your mobile phone could end up costing you a lot of money. Spending money on games doesn’t mean that you’re addicted. To learn more about Dr. Slavin, visit him online.