The world now invests nearly $4 trillion a year on information and communications technologies.
We must prepare our children for the jobs of the future that will require more skills and a willingness to keep adapting throughout their careers.
If you’re an inventor trying to get fair value for your patent today, you’re likely to find yourself targeted with the kind of threat Tony Soprano would have approved—“give us our cut, or we’ll put you out of business.”
The most optimistic Congressional observers (a rare breed in Washington) have dared express the view that the recently enacted two-year budget agreement may encourage representatives and senators of both political parties to come together to...
Technology that will transform the way we power vehicles is closer than you think.
As Washington debates deficit reduction, politicians should consider how revisions to wireless spectrum policy could provide a cost-effective boost to economic growth while generating additional revenues for the Treasury.
We all need robust communications, and we need them all the more during emergencies.
This week marks the sixth anniversary of my wife’s murder. In 2008, my wife Denise was kidnapped from our Florida home while watching our two young children. During the hours that followed, she was able to use the abductor's mobile phone to...
Fair use was designed to be flexible, so that it could be applied to lots of new, unanticipated situations.
The FCC has yet to exercise its authority under the Telecommunications Act of 1996 to approach Internet connections as a basic utility of modern life.