Tag Archive for Technology

Who Wins the Game of Drones?

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The recently completed Consumer Electronics Show just gets bigger and bigger every year with massive new convention space in the Venetian and Sands Expo spill over into the Aria, not to mention three main halls in the Las Vegas Convention Center.  You leave the show thinking all of your electronics are terrible and can’t wait…

Broadcom signs a deal to move to Great Park

Great Park Ballon Ride - Photo: Violeta Vaqueiro

This move is not exactly a surprise, but you have to wonder if Emile Haddad is starting to hone in on Don Bren’s customers.  Broadcom, the giant semi-conductor provider that makes chips found in a number of personal electronic devices to high end enterprise computing networks last week announced a deal to locate their Irvine…

Cavazos: “It’s a new Santa Ana!”

Santa Ana City Manager David Cavazos. (Photo by: Adam Elmahrek)

TheLiberalOC sat down with new Santa Ana City Manager David Cavazos this week. We’re pleased to report the city has found the right man for the job. Cavazos has been in OC roughly 100 days and already, he has become Santa Ana’s biggest cheerleader

Bill Clinton to Techs at CES: Develop Tech That Unites Us

Former President Bill Clinton made a surprise appearance at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, appearing at the tail end of a keynote address by Samsung that focused on mobile devices.  Clinton urged the technologists in attendance to developoo technology that will better connect us to “bridge the remaining divides in…

SOPA Dead; Issa Won’t Bring it to a Vote

The 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week had betetr than expected attendance in spite of no blockbuster announcement, but there was a very loud anti-SOPA and pro-SOPA effort underway at the show.  What’s SOPA you ask?  It’s the Stop Online Piracy Act aimed largely at websites that might house pirated content.  It…

Politics and Technology

I have an AYSO soccer playoff game to attend tonight, but otherwise, I’d be at this event that has a fascinating topic on the convergence of politics and technology. The event is free but an RSVP is required. Here’s the skinny: MOTM OC with Rhonda Rohrabacher Tuesday Night -> Ticket fee waived Technology has changed the political…