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HealthCare.Gov Hacked But No Data Stolen

Sep 5, 2014

Hackers successfully breached HealthCare.gov, but no consumer information was taken from the health insurance website that serves more than 5 million Americans, the Obama administration disclosed Thursday.

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New I-Corps Nodes Will Accelerate Entrepreneurship, Scientific Innovation

Sep 5, 2014

Research needs to go to market faster and earlier, and that's starting to happen as universities like USC and UCLA start programs aimed at picking up the pace.

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Is Mysterious Cube-Shaped Building Tied to iPhone 6 Reveal?

The mysterious and massive white building has taken shape over the past few weeks at Cupertino's De Anza College, revealing ties to a major Apple Inc. announcement on Sept. 9.

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Uber Expanding With Mission Bay Offices in S.F.

Alexandria CEO Joel Marcus said that Uber's new space will include two 10-story buildings with a "high-tech, urban campus feel."

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Laguna Beach City Council Aims to Help Community Regain Lost Cell Service

Members voted unanimously to have City Manager John Pietig and AT&T identify a temporary spot for a wireless antenna until a permanent solution can be developed as part of an "urgency ordinance."

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Have An Idea? State Agencies Could Launch Their Own ‘X PRIZE’

Sep 4, 2014

Each agency would pick the subject of its innovation contest – which would be held in 2015 – and award a maximum of $25,000 to the best idea that’s most likely to be implemented.

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White House to Name Google’s Megan Smith as New CTO

Sep 4, 2014

Google executive Megan Smith will be the next federal chief technology officer. Once Smith passes security screening, the White House will officially name her as the replacement to federal CTO Todd Park, who will soon begin

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VIP Continues Work on California Business Connect Project

Sep 4, 2014

Folsom, Calif.-based Visionary Integration Professionals is helping the Secretary of State's Office with an enterprise project that will automate paper-based processes and improve online services.

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A Hackathon for California Agriculture Is Coming Soon

Sep 4, 2014

AgTech Roundtable members are working out the details on a drought-focused hackathon that will be hosted at the Farm of the Future, owned by West Hills Community College (WHCC) in Coalinga.

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Napa Quake Alerts’ Success Spurs Effort to Complete Early-Warning System

State legislators and local officials are now hoping to use this test run to speed up completion of the system, which has been slowed by a lack of financing.

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