“I would call [China] protectionist and go farther and call them technology mercantilist,” said Rob Atkinson on BBC World Service Newshour.
“If you look at capital investment in the U.S. economy, it has fallen,” said Rob Atkinson on the Bloomberg Advantage radio program.
"The big addition that the FCC is hoping to bring in are a lot of the cable providers. That will obviously bring additional competition and choice for qualifying participants," said Doug Brake on Marketplace.
Joshua New was on Federal News Radio to discuss the Internet of Things and the recently introduced Developing Innovation and Growing the Internet of Things (DIGIT) Act.
"In urban low-income areas, the networks are already built. It's just a matter of identifying those consumers that $9.25 would make a real big difference to and bringing them online," said Doug Brake on Marketplace regarding expanding the Lifeline program.
“I worry that too many policymakers are buying into this new meme that technology is responsible for the relatively weak performance in the labor market,” said Rob Atkinson on the Bloomberg Advantage radio program. "And when you start blaming technology for things that it really didn't cause, you stop supporting technology as well."
Joshua New discussed smart cities and the Internet of Things on Public Radio International’s To the Point.
Val Giddings discussed the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of genetically engineered salmon for human consumption on NPR’s The Diane Rehm Show.
Joe Kennedy discussed the R&D tax credit and bonus depreciation on Sirius XM’s Morning Briefing.
Daniel Castro explains to the BBC World Service that the European Court of Justice’s Safe Harbor decision will make business tricky for transatlantic tech firms.