FTC Supports Qualcomm’s Decision to Abandon Acquitision of Autotalks Ltd

The director says it “will preserve innovation and price competition.” Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Bureau of Competition Director Henry Liu recently affirmed Qualcomm Inc.’s decision to withdraw from…

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Senators Propose Selling Unused Government Wavelengths

The private sector has an increasing need for the 5G spectrum. Senators Ted Cruz of Texas and John Thune of South Dakota introduced the “Spectrum Pipeline” bill this…

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FCC Enhances Partnership with UK on Robocalls and Privacy

The partnership’s focus addresses risks from cyber criminals. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) have formally partnered to safeguard consumer privacy…

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U.S. Army Makes Weapons and Tactics Discoveries in Arctic Training

The newest Alaskan division realizes the unique hurdles of frigid operations. Major General Brian Eifler, commander of the Army’s 11th Airborne Division headquartered at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska,…

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Commerce Secretary Proposes Cyber Regulations for Chinese Car Systems

Digital vehicle technology has the potential for data capture and espionage. The Department of Commerce announced the public comment period for opinions and information about digital car systems…

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Odysseus Lander Returns Images from the Moon’s Surface

The probe landed on the moon’s south pole as the first American probe in 50 years. The unmanned Odysseus moon probe sent photos of the moon’s surface to…

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Defense Department Hosts Data & AI Symposium

Discussions will center around the future use of technology in the DOD. The Defense Department’s Chief Digital and Intelligence Office is hosting the Advantage DoD 2024: Defense Data…

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USDA Selects Students for 2024 Future Leaders Program

Graduate and undergraduate students receive career development opportunities. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced the 20 winners of their Future Leaders in Agriculture program, offering graduate and…

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Federal Agencies Face the End of Traditional Telephone Lines

FCC okays exchange carriers shutting down aging infrastructure. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), in August of this year, approved the retirement of outdated copper telephone service lines by…

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State Department’s SATCOM Enhances Global Embassy Connectivity

The initiative offers affordable and reliable satellite communications for crisis response. State Department Chief Information Officer Kelly Fletcher is working to enhance the satellite communications (SATCOM) infrastructure to…

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