The Consumer Electronics Association has announced its honorees for next month's 10th annual Digital Patriots Dinner, and they include a pair of Senators- Democrat Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Republican Rob Portman of Ohio- as well as VOXX International founder and chairman John Shalam.
A bill has been introduced in the U.S. Senate aimed at getting wireless companies to be honest in what they call "4G."
Unhappy that the iPhone is only available on AT&T, or that the Pre is Sprint-only? Four United States Senators feel the same way, and let the FCC know it last week.
Members of Congress have introduced three separate pieces of legislation meant to combat the growing problem of organized retail crime.
Best Buy's @15 teen social network has introduced several new "Teen Service Announcements," from five people very much at the opposite end of the celebrity spectrum from their previous pitchman, rapper Ludacris: the new participants are five U.S. Senators.
A U.S. Senate committee this week heard testimony on the digital-TV transition from a pair of government officials, in which the officials defended the progress of their DTV education efforts from tough questioning by senators. According to the account in The Wall Street Journal, FCC Chairman Kevin Martin and acting NTIA head Meredith Baker appeared before the Senate Commerce Committee Tuesday, where they told the senators that education efforts on “underway,” and that government agencies are coordinating to ensure a smooth transition. Some Senators, however, led by Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii), Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) and Bryon Dorgan (D-N.D.) expressed concern that the agencies