“Chip-and-PIN” cards have proven effective at cutting fraud and polling shows that more than 80 percent of Americans are ready for the technology.
Voluntary standards have proven to be poor protection for consumers.
Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I), and vehicle-to-bike/pedestrian (V2B/P) communication can reduce up to 80 percent of crashes.
Some have pointed to a lack of Amtrak funding – a gross oversimplification.
Commercial companies are developing platforms to take science, technology, and humans to space.
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.