If American consumers want access to fast, affordable, reliable networks, the solution is simple: more competition.
Fraud is an arms race led by organized criminals in foreign states, and banks, retailers and credit card companies must employ a dynamic, multi-pronged approach to keep ahead.
Significant societal benefits come about when the right data is collected and then analyzed in a smart way.
ICANN rejects the notion that any entity should have oversight over its management of the Internet’s technical function.
Utilities are working at breakneck speed to integrate new innovations onto the grid as they come to market.
A number of broadband providers from around the country recently affirmed that, as a direct result of the costs to comply with the FCC’s new order, they will be delaying upgrades to service as well as expansion to new markets.
Well over 100 million Americans have been impacted by the seemingly endless parade of data breaches.
I worry we’re headed down a path where government regulations and business rules will keep technologies from reaching their large-scale potential.
Earlier this year DISH leveraged a loophole in federal rules to score $3.3 billion in taxpayer-funded discounts on wireless licenses in the spectrum auction.
Digital distribution has eliminated some of the “fat” in the industry.