Car owners should be able to update their cars as they see fit – provided their changes comply with safety standards.
Car companies should not be handcuffed by outdated government mandates to limit the sharing of this data.
There is a special place reserved in hell for patent-troll lawyers.
Technology hardware and software are a significant percentage of U.S. exports around the world.
Once we stop choosing “stupid,” we can start working toward competency.
Every court that’s heard the issue has upheld it.
The president showed no inclination to compromise, and stuck his thumb in Congress’s eye.
The FDA won’t acknowledge the value of low-cost hearing aids
Campaigns against Uber, Lyft, and Tesla form a disturbing trend.
Protectionists across the country wage war on innovative companies like Tesla, Uber, and Airbnb
Unnecessary disclosures drive the wrong kind of office competition.
They’re guilty of disrupting television’s dinosaurs, not breaking the law.
Information security requires partnership between the public and private sectors
The debate over Aereo is an echo of the landmark 1984 case.
Our leaders’ top 5 lies
The domestic oil and gas boom is making America less dependent on hostile nations.
If kids aren’t paying them back, it doesn’t matter what the rates are.
Our competitive edge depends on attracting and retaining high-skilled foreign talent.
If we’re not careful, red tape will stifle the technology’s development.
The program’s rapid growth is being driven in part by widespread fraud.