This week in Washington IP news, both houses of Congress remain quiet during their regularly scheduled work periods. Among policy institutes, the Center for Strategic & International Studies hosts a pair of events exploring ways to address Russian and Chinese advances in anti-satellite capabilities, as well as efforts to leverage the use of remote conferencing technologies in vogue during the COVID-19 pandemic to address the broadband Internet gap in developing nations. The Information Technology & Innovation Foundation will host an event exploring policy recommendations from last October’s digital antitrust report from the House Antitrust Subcommittee, and the Hudson Institute will
So just how big is the Biden infrastructure bill, introduced last week? The $2.3 trillion plan is equal to all of the revenue generated by Apple over the past 18 years combined, including that from every iPhone, iPad, and iPod ever sold. It has real implications for a slew of companies in the tech business, and not all of them are celebrating.
Powering up: The White House has proposed a $174 billion investment in the electric vehicle market, including a national network of 500,000 chargers by 2030. (There are, by contrast, more than 150,000
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BEIJING — China’s government on Thursday called on Washington to drop efforts to expel three state-owned Chinese phone companies from the United States in a new clash over technology and security.
The Federal Communications Commission voted Wednesday to begin revoking the companies’ U.S. licenses. It said they are security risks controlled by the communist Beijing government.
The foreign ministry accused Washington of misusing security complaints to hurt Chinese commercial competitors.
The United States should “stop the wrong practice of generalizing the concept of national security and politicizing economic issues” and “stop abusing state power to unreasonably suppress Chinese enterprises,” said
TRUMBULL, Conn., March 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — HPOne, a leading sales, direct-to-consumer marketing, and technology company focused in the Medicare space, was named to the 2020 Marcum Tech Top 40 list. It’s the tenth time HPOne has made the annual list, published by accounting and advisory services firm Marcum LLP. The list recognizes the fastest growing technology and life sciences companies in Connecticut.
“We’re proud of our continued growth and appreciate Marcum’s recognition,” said founder and Chief Executive Officer Bill Stapleton. “As the market’s demand for our digital brokerage solutions continues to increase, our goal is to
Technology has played an integral role in evolving the sports industry for years. These innovations and advancements have not only become more prevalent and discussed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but they have also become a necessity.
As the backbone behind everything from fan engagement to esports, sports betting and wearables, some experts estimate the sports tech sector will reach $30 billion by 2024.
In an effort to support this exponentially growing market, leAD Sports & Health Tech Partners and InStudio Ventures teamed up to