AI can't be used to screen out applicants
A newly proposed amendment to California's hiring discrimination laws would make AI-powered employment decision-making software a source of legal liability.
Buying their own solar power
Power blackouts and rising electricity costs have inspired "a small but growing number of Californians" to leave the power grid altogether for their own home-generated energy.
Didn't you say you were leaving the state?
A California state panel on Friday rejected a request from Elon Musk’s SpaceX for $655,500 in state job and training funds, citing the chief executive’s recent threats to move Tesla, the electric carmaker that he also runs, out of the state.
We demand that you prop up our monopoly and pay what we tell you
Four lobby groups representing the broadband industry today sued California to stop the state's new net neutrality law which will prevent them creating a two tier internet and charging what they like.
You must obey the telcos period
Russian-backed US president Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump has sued the State of California for setting up a net neutrality law to stop telco monopolies throttling customers.
Silicon Valley to Central Valley line will cost $20.6 billion
California’s very costly 220mph high-speed rail (HSR), which was approved by voters in 2008, will not be accepting passengers until at least 2025, according to a new business plan released by the state’s high speed rail authority last month.
Video and Audio Center is first-to-market
For folks in Southern California, the wait for 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray players has gotten shorter by a couple weeks thanks to a new promotional offering by Santa Monica-based store Video and Audio Center, which began offering Samsung’s first 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player on Friday.
Fool me twice, you’re on Facebook
The planet's favorite past time created by potheads?