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State Legislature Approves Regulations for Drones

Aug 28, 2014

The legislation would ban the weaponization of drones in California and force law enforcement to obtain a warrant before flying a drone, except in emergency situations.

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Southern California Universities Partner in Federally Funded Innovation Hub

Aug 28, 2014

USC, USC and CalTech have received a three-year $3.75 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to promote technology innovation in the Southern California region and foster collaboration between the public and private sectors.

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Oakland App Sheds Light on Campaign Finance

Aug 28, 2014

An app called Open Disclosure will automate campaign finance for an upcoming mayoral election. On the heels of a mayoral election on November 4, Oakland, Calif., will add an extra level of scrutiny to campaign

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Time Warner Cable Internet Outage Fuels Opposition to Merger

Aug 28, 2014

Overnight maintenance on the backbone of Time Warner Cable's Internet network prompted the outage, which hit customers in California, New York, North Carolina, Ohio and Texas.

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Consortium Pushes for Faster Internet Access on Pacific Coast

Aug 28, 2014

The Broadband Consortium Pacific Coast formed in early July to change that by finding ways to motivate broadband providers to lay more fiber optics across Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties.

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Computer Science Education Getting Big Boost at State Capitol

Aug 27, 2014

Computer science education is getting plenty of attention in the California Legislature, with four out of eight bills circulating on the topic passing both the Assembly and Senate.

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Natoma Technologies Announces Expansion of Sacramento, Washington, D.C.-Area Offices

Aug 27, 2014

The company’s headquarters remains at 455 Capitol Mall in Sacramento but has relocated to larger space on the building's seventh floor.

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Technology Headlines Across the U.S.

Aug 27, 2014

Recent technology-related headlines from across the U.S. courtesy of Government Technology: Colorado Names New Chief Technology Officer The Colorado Governor’s Office of Information Technology announced on Aug. 26 that David McCurdy would take the position made

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Expect Napa Quake to Rattle D.C. Efforts on Seismic Alerts

Aug 27, 2014

The most recent quake could spur support for a long-debated early warning system. It also could reveal some partisan fault lines.

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Brief: Grants Available for California Schools with Limited Internet Connectivity

Aug 27, 2014

The state has set aside the money in a one-time Broadband Infrastructure Improvement Grant Program funded by Proposition 98.

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