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August 4, 2014
With Congress out of town, it’s the start of a quieter month, but there are at least a few events this week, including the FCC’s monthly open meeting.
July 31, 2014
Lawmakers may be getting ready to leave Washington until September, but that doesn’t mean the lobbying and the fight between TiVo and the cable industry over the so-called integration ban on cable set-top boxes has died down.
July 25, 2014
As House lawmakers left town for the weekend, they sent the president a bill that would again let cellphone users “unlock” their devices to switch wireless carriers without violating copyright law.
July 18, 2014
Three-dimensional printing has been a hot topic lately, with Home Depot even starting to sell the machines in some stores and the National Institutes of Health maintaining an exchange for 3D printer files. What about using 3D printing in space? There are potential benefits, but we still don’t know the full scope of this technology, and its capabilities in the short-term have been exaggerated, says a new report by the National Research Council.
June 27, 2014
Intel brought a showcase of sorts to Washington on Thursday to display technologies that are around today and what could be in the future. With the “Internet of Things” receiving a lot of attention recently from the Pew Research Center and elsewhere, Technocrat was curious to see what Intel might have on hand with connected devices.
June 23, 2014
While the number of consumer electronics that people use in homes rose from 2.9 billion in 2010 to 3.8 billion in 2013, electricity consumption by such electronics in homes decreased by 12 percent compared to 2010, says a report commissioned by the industry’s trade group.