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Energy Commission Looks at How to Speed Up Adoption of Zero-Emission Vehicles

Nov 25, 2014

Officials decided to focus on transportation for the biennial update to the Integrated Energy Policy Report given the sector’s potential impact on climate change and air quality.

Alameda County Tries Again for Inmate Video Visitation System

Nov 25, 2014

The new IP-based solution would be used at the county’s two jails, the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin and the Glenn E. Dyer Detention Facility in Oakland.

San Diego Hires Its First Chief Data Officer

Nov 25, 2014

The Southern California city is making an investment in the future of open data.

Palo Alto Maps Planning Permits and Construction Activity

Nov 25, 2014

Change manifests itself in signage, home extensions, demolitions, retrofits and construction, all of which can prompt questions that are not easily answered.


California Ranks No. 3 in Tech and Science Index

Nov 25, 2014

The top four states in the Milken Institute's biennial State Technology and Science Index are unchanged from their placing in 2012.

Southern California Elementary Schools Adopt BYOD Program

Nov 25, 2014

The Laguna Beach Unified School District is expanding its bring-your-own-device program, asking students to bring a laptop or tablet to class beginning in January.

Cal Poly-Built Drone Places 2nd in International Competition

Nov 25, 2014

University of North Dakota took first place and North Carolina State University earned third — rounding out an all-American winner’s circle.

High-Speed Rail Authority Appoints Chief Administrative Officer

Nov 24, 2014

Most recently, Deborah Harper was deputy secretary of administration for the California Department of Veterans Affairs

Why Technology Can Help Improve Pesticide Application in California

Nov 24, 2014

Not all agricultural technology is high … tech. Some of it is low. Agriculture involves the dirt, of course. Not all ag tech is the new “new thing.” Some of it is old, old. Did

David Chiu Bringing Tech-Savviness to California Legislature

Nov 24, 2014

The newly elected Assemblymember wants to tackle issues such as sharable economies, data privacy and innovation during his time as a legislator.

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