ZTE faces revived US export ban over false statements
Officials claim ZTE blew its chance at redemption.
Bipartisan bill calls for study on economic impact of broadband access
It’s a companion bill to a similar piece of proposed legislation in the Senate.
ZTE will pay $1.19 billion for violating US trade sanctions
The deal helps it avoid the worst possible outcome, however.
White House initiative pushes for more tiny satellites
NASA and other agencies are giving microsatellites the resources they need to thrive.
US reduces its internet oversight
A judge shot down a last-minute attempt to block the handover.
US renews five-year gaming education grant for Becker College
The Department of Commerce's Economic Development Administration awarded a $583,000 grant to MassDiGi.
Data breaches and spying fears are keeping people offline
An official US study shows that security jitters have led people to scale back their internet use.
ZTE faces restrictions on using US technology
Officials are slapping ZTE with export limits that will make life difficult.
Commerce Department gets its first ever Chief Data Scientist
Jeff Chen will put data to work in everything from weather to trade.