I had a unique, entertaining interview with social media guru, Chris Brogan, the President of Human Business Works at Blogworld NY where he was the keynote speaker. Chris Brogan recently wrote the NY Times Best Seller, Google+ For Business
Qualcomm, through its Snapdragon Gaming World Record Challenge, invited gaming contestants, media and special guests to the Lexington Social House in the heart of Hollywood last night for an exciting evening
Bettina Martin, 3D Technical Supervisor at 3ality Technica, is one of the few women in Hollywood working as a stereoscopic 3D technologist, an occupation typically held by men. Working Women Magazine was able to sit down with Bettina to discuss this
9 of September, 2011 QArea team of iOS developers has celebrated 3 years of their productive work. Started as a small iPhone application development team they evolve into professional iOS development factory.
Leading us on this sonic journey are two of Los Angeles’ most valuable sound resources: professor and world renowned production sound mixer, Fred Ginsburg, CAS, Ph.D. and author/ award-winning rerecording mixer,Woody Woodhall CAS
The Electric Lodge hosted a fascinating demonstration of the Blest Plastic to Oil System for a group of environmental activists and concerned citizens. This revolutionary system addresses the enormous problem of plastic trash
In an evironment where new technology and software is introduced on what seems to be a daily basis, how does a business keep up with the advances and still keep costs in check? Google may be able to provide the solution
OMMA’s 2009 Hollywood Conference featured some of the biggest names in technology. Jason Calacanis, John Battelle, Paul Kedrosky and many others delighted, intrigued and inspired the rooms of listeners
On May 21-22, 2008 the Los Angeles Games Conference was held at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood. Leading video game publishers & developers, carriers, technology companies, advertising executives and analysts attended the conference
The historic Shrine Auditorium was the setting as Microsoft showed off their 2004 lineup of games -- for XBOX as well as XBOX Live (Microsoft's online gaming service) -- and, as usual for the King of Computing, no expense was spared.