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Qualcomm | November 17, 2020
The U.S. government has at long last backed off on Chinese cell phone producer, Huawei. The nation has permitted American chipset producer Qualcomm to sell 4G cell phone chips to Huawei Technologies Co Ltd. This is the primary exclusion made by the US government since the expanding pressures between the two nations. The American government had trained all chipset makers to quit sourcing items to the Chinese organization since Septemeber.
The spokes person from Qualcomm did not spe...
Verndari, Inc. | August 27, 2020
Verndari, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company transforming vaccines with next generation science and delivery technology, announced today a federal government award to support development of Verndari’s VaxiPatch™ alternative vaccine technology. The award is funded through DRIVe the (Division of Research, Innovation, and Ventures) established by the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), under the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (...
Money Control | January 30, 2020
The United States government is reviving its push to convince companies to build backdoors into smartphones, which it claims would give law enforcement agencies easy access to the data, and help them to prevent terrorist plots and mass shootings in the country. However, companies like Apple have refused to cooperate. At the same time, critics have also spoken out against the government having easy access to private data as it defeats the purpose of encryption....
Nextgov | January 28, 2020
The State Department has a poor track record when it comes to deploying IT. But all that is about to change, according to the agency’s chief information officer, who is in the midst of reengineering the way the department does IT. When Stuart McGuigan joined the State Department in March, he found a large organization with a multitude of missions, outposts and, importantly, technology needs. McGuigan—who came from a private-sector background managing IT for large companies—want...
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