In recent weeks, momentum seems to have been building at the Federal Communications Commission for aggressive net neutrality rules similar to the kind endorsed by President Obama in November.
The Consumer Electronics Association on Wednesday praised the president's move to normalize relations with Cuba.
In a statement Friday on President Obama's proposed executive action on immigration reform, the Consumer Electronics Association both praised the "minor incremental improvements" put forward by the president, and called for further action.
CEA president and CEO Gary Shapiro didn't bring up net neutrality during the policy section of his initial remarks during the CEA press conference Tuesday in New York, touching on such other issues as trade, immigration reform and infrastructure investment. But in the Q&A period, and in a brief interview afterward, Shapiro made it clear that he has major misgivings with President Obama's announced intention this week to regulate the Internet as a utility.
The Obama administration on Monday added commercial clothes washers to a laundry list of appliances targeted for new energy efficiency standards under President Obama’s climate initiative. A...
President Obama and a group of corporate partners that include Apple, Microsoft, AT&T and Verizon have pledged $750 million to make technology more easily available to students.