The Consumer Electronics Association is supportive of an effort in the U.S. Senate to draft a bipartisan immigration reform bill, which was announced earlier this week by a group of Senators that includes Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) and John McCain (R- Ariz.)
Former HP chief executive Carly Fiorina is looking at running for a U.S. Senate seat in California in 2010, as a Republican
Just days before his inauguration, President-Elect Barack Obama once again called for a delay in the Feb. 17 DTV transition.
Two of the top lobbying groups in the tech world on Wednesday issued congratulations to President-Elect Barack Obama, who defeated Sen. John McCain in the presidential election on Tuesday.
Consumer Electronics Association President and CEO Gary Shapiro issued the following statement today applauding the U.S. Senate for reauthorizing the Satellite Home Viewer Act (SHVIA): "The Senate took a bold step toward helping millions of Americans join the digital television revolution by reauthorizing SHVIA. The so-called 'white areas' provision of the bill will allow satellite broadcasters to transmit DTV and high-definition (HDTV) network programming to television viewers who currently cannot receive these broadcasts from their local ABC, NBC, CBS or FOX affiliate. Just as these viewers can receive network broadcasts in standard definition via satellite, they now will be able to view them in