We are on the verge of a technological breakthrough that could change the future of mankind.
The United States simply doesn’t have enough high-skilled workers with the technical expertise necessary to fill all of the high-tech jobs our sector is now creating.
The FBI has embarked on an aggressive campaign to convince the public that encryption built into our digital tools should be weakened in the name of countering terrorism.
Countries around the world are actively seeking to compete with the next generation of American innovators and scientists.
“This is a pivotal time in vehicle safety,” Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John Thune (R-S.D.) observed.
While gay marriage and ObamaCare are drawing public attention at the end of this Supreme Court term, a less-noticed decision may prove to be just as important for the power of regulators.
By eliminating federal preemption and giving jurisdiction to state courts, the Chaffetz approach is more troubling and will lead to endless confusion and litigation.
Wireless broadband is no longer the wave of the future — it’s the reality of today.
The recent drone buzz has fostered relatively little informed discussion on what are the actual risk and threats posed by small Unmanned Aircraft Systems.
Most Americans have the technology to watch streaming video on their phone while sitting in the backseat of an Uber car that they have ordered and paid for through their mobile device.