US Innovation Depends on 5G Buildout
Innovation is taking place at the local level. Across the U.S., cities are striving to become “Smart Cities,” which in its simplest form means applying information and communications technologies to urban challenges.
Patent Reform Under the Trump Administration
President Donald Trump promised to do many things during his presidential campaign, and since taking office, he has begun setting those plans into action.
FCC chair rails against net neutrality
The new Republican chairman, speaking just two days after the two-year anniversary of the landmark Open Internet Order, pledged to approach regulation with a “light-touch” approach. He said the rules have stifled economic growth and investment in the broadband industry.
Rules of the (Driverless) Road: How Federal Guidelines Will Impact Innovation
Last year, The US Department of Transportation and the Obama administration unveiled the first-ever Federal guidelines safety checklist for semi and fully autonomou
Can innovation save American jobs?
As congressional leaders and the president continue discussing ways to stop the number of American jobs leaving the U.S., some believe innovation is the key to slowing this economic trend. In Chihuahua City, Mexico, there is a huge manufacturing base filled with American companies.
Hatch to unveil 'Innovation Agenda' | GOP lawmaker targets internet privacy rules | Yahoo warns of further breach
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), the chairman of the Senate High-Tech task force, is unveiling his "Innovation Agenda for the 115th Congress" Thursday on Capitol Hill.
Global Innovation - America Still Dominates
By some metrics, China may already be the world’s biggest economy. But America is still #1, and by a long shot, in an equally important field: number of patents registered.
U.S. Chamber Releases Index on World IP Policies
“This year’s Index shows that a clear pack of leaders has emerged: the United States, United Kingdom, Japan, and the European Union.
Hatch meets with major tech firms, will release 'innovation agenda'
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) met this week with major tech firms including Apple and Amazon and will release an “innovation agenda” next week at a Capitol Hill event, a Republican aide confirmed to The Hill. Hatch also met with Oracle, Cisco and Qualcomm, the aide said.
Innovation Key to Job Growth in America
Offshoring production from the United States to factories overseas has arguably done a lot of damage to the U.S. economy. Over the last three decades, the trade deficit ballooned and millions of American manufacturing jobs were lost.