Believing that weakening encryption in the United States would produce better security is “magical thinking.”
Innovation and competition have vastly changed the market since 2005, two years prior to the iPhone’s introduction.
The very premise that the U.S. patent system is fundamentally broken is itself suspect.
The card industry perpetuates the fiction that merchants had a reasonable amount of time to prepare for the transition to EMV cards.
Patent trolls filed 3,604 suits in 2015, making it the second busiest year on record for abusive patent litigation.
The next leap forward in the evolution of mobility is being driven by augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR).
No matter how many peer-reviewed studies scientists produce, there will always be conspiracy theorists with outlandish alternatives.
In recent years, tax season has also become known for an increase in financial schemes and fraudulent activity.
It is essential that U.S. policymakers devise a strategy to meet the growing demand for wireless connectivity.
This case is far greater and more important than just Apple vs. Samsung.