As a strong proponent of preserving the Internet as a platform for communication and commerce kept free from burdensome regulation, I geeked out when I knew I would be spending... Read more »
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By now most people in the tech ecosystem have heard the news that Julius Genachowski is stepping down from his role as Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. Under Genachowski’s... Read more »
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There is no question that Internet Protocol (IP) enabled devices have revolutionized our lives. Whether it’s the family using the Hipmunk agony index to weigh a low fare against the... Read more »
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Yesterday, I joined the rideshare revolution. Today I’m writing about it. I downloaded this app on my iPhone and took three short car trips yesterday courtesy of SideCar, a San... Read more »
I am pleased that Governor Jerry Brown has signed a multitude of forward-thinking tech bills into law. In particular, SB 1161 is an important law that will provide regulatory certainty... Read more »
Wireless Internet-based services are transforming the auto world, empowering us to access relevant information, stream entertainment, and travel safer. You’re cruising east on Interstate 80 early on a Friday afternoon,... Read more »
Silicon Valley is the king of Internet innovation. But that doesn’t mean the valley can ignore sovereign powers — particularly when their actions could threaten its lifeblood: global Internet freedom.... Read more »
It usually takes fresh thinking to bring about positive changes in government, and sometimes it takes fresh faces. We had a great example of that in Silicon Valley last week... Read more »
Isn’t life quite a bit easier with apps on your phone and fast Internet connections? Broadband-high-speed Internet-has become a crucial tool for rural and urban residents alike. The Central Valley... Read more »