LA Police Delay Body Camera Program Due To "Sticker Shock"A $58 million plan to equip nearly every Los Angeles police officer with body cameras by the end of the year has been delayed by concerns over the cost.
Super Bowl 50 Q&A: Will My Cellphone Work In Super Bowl City?
Super Bowl Q&A: Is Super Bowl 50 Tech-Savvy?
Man Falls Off Cliff After Being Distracted By Electronic DeviceA man who was believed to have been distracted by an electronic device he was carrying has fatally fallen off a cliff above a San Diego beach.
Report: Silicon Valley Programmers Turning To LSD For Performance BoostTaking a micro-dose of 10 mg of LSD is said to be the new way for tech execs to maintain their edge.
Report: Apple Watch 2 To Be Unveiled In MarchTech rumors suggest Apple could unveil its latest version of the Apple Watch in March.
Report: Apple Will Remove Headphone Jack From Next iPhoneA Japanese tech blog says the iPhone 7 will not have the usual 3.5 mm headphone jack in order to make the product slimmer.
Sacramento CTO Encourages Aspiring App DevelopersChief Technology Officer, Craig Lurey, leads the software engineering team of "Keeper Security," making sure their app is on the cutting edge of technology and ever secure.
Sacramento IT Director Advocates For The Power Of Sweat Equity"Immerse yourself and don't be afraid to take risks, especially when you are just getting started. Sweat equity is a word that newcomers shouldn't be afraid of," says Joe Trusty.
Graphic Designer Uses Education To Create Innovative Artwork"If you put in the time, dedication and have a passion for what you are doing, whether it is art or any other career, you will succeed and grow," says Ryan Colditz
Sacramento Tech Business Group Closure Creates New Doubts In Job MarketThe Sacramento Regional Technology Alliance, tasked with opening doors for tech entrepreneurs in the region, closed its doors earlier this week.
All NFL Players Will Now Wear Motion Trackers On The Field