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Santa Barbara to Reactivate Desalination Plant as ‘Last Resort’

Jul 27, 2015

The Charles E. Meyer Desalination Facility was built during a drought in the 1990s but closed in 1992 when desperation for water subsided. The plant was never utilized beyond a testing period, but the city maintained it in the event that a severe water...

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Startups Ramp Up the Fun in Fierce Contest to Retain Talent

Jul 27, 2015

The fun and games long synonymous with the tech industry can appear frivolous on the surface. But company founders and executives say it's especially important today because of the intense competition for software engineers and other tech workers.

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RFP: Campus Copier Program Multifunctional Devices

Jul 24, 2015

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Jul 24, 2015

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Franchise Tax Board Working on Open Data Portal

Jul 24, 2015

The Franchise Tax Board has soft launched an open data portal and plans to formally introduce the website to the public in September.

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Internet of Things, Drought Propel New Niches in Ag Tech

Jul 24, 2015

Figure out how each device collects the most useful data, learns from it and then passes it on to the next device.

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Automation Makes Toll Collectors a Disappearing Breed in California

On San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, for instance, officials did away with toll booths two years ago and moved to an all-electronic system. Twenty-eight full-time toll collector jobs were eliminated. Some transitioned to other positions.

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Analyst: Mobile Data Traffic to More than Triple by 2018

Jul 24, 2015

Global mobile data traffic is set to reach 52 million terabytes in 2015, an increase of 59 percent from 2014, according to new research released this week by Gartner.

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California Military Department Buying Access Control System

Jul 24, 2015

Under the new contract, Intellicheck said security personnel will have the ability to positively identify and credential every individual who seeks access to California Army National Guard facilities using handheld mobile units communicating with a sin...

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Secretive Analytics Company Becomes One of Silicon Valley’s Most Valuable

Jul 24, 2015

Launched in 2004, Palo Alto-based Palantir has built tools that help government agencies and businesses process and analyze data, quickly linking relationships between data points that the human eye might not see.

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