It might not be the hippest platform but it gets the job done by Mike Montgomery A University of Austin undergrad recently took to Medium to explain how his generation really views social networks. Unsurprisingly, Instagram and Snapchat are the places young consumers are most likely to hang out. Twitter Read More »
FCC Commissioner to Tech Industry: It’s Time to Reinvent Textbooks, Teaching After increasing spending by $1.5 billion on Internet broadband projects for schools FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel asks the tech industry to innovate for education. SAN FRANCISCO — On the heels of its Dec. 19 decision to raise Internet connectivity funding Read More »
In October, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors did something very smart; by a vote of 7 to 4, it made Airbnb legal. In some ways, this was not news. The fact that the room rental service had been technically illegal in the city did not stop thousands of homeowners Read More »
Wireless spectrum is something that you probably never think about. You can’t see it, you can’t touch it, and if you’re not interested in the minutia of federal communications regulations, you probably only have a vague idea of what spectrum is. But trust me; unless you are living completely off Read More »
CALinnovates serves as a bridge between the thriving and fast paced technology community based in California and the slower moving but equally important public policy community in Sacramento and Washington, DC.
CALinnovates works to bring together leaders in the technology and startup communities with government leaders to ensure a careful and considered approach is taken in government regulation
CALinnovates also works to educate the public on the latest innovations and uses of technology
CALinnovates’ members include C-level executives, political leaders, entrepreneurs, techies and the average Californian who is interested in keeping up with the latest gadgets and innovations.