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NTIA Seeks Comments on Cybersecurity Threats

We’ve previously reported on a drone-related multistakeholder process convened by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), which is part of the Department of Commerce and is responsible for telecommunications and technology policy. Show More Summary

Comcast Business Advances in Philadelphia, New Haven

Comcast Business has been busy this week with two announcements on the metro fiber connectivity front.  Both are aimed at urban innovation hub opportunities in the northeast.... [visit site to read more]

Metro Bytes: FirstLight, McAllen, FiberLight, EdgeConneX, Megaport

Here's some metro and regional connectivity news to take a look at:... [visit site to read more]

IoT spend on pace to $800b in 2017

This article was authored by IoT Asia, and was originally posted on Worldwide spending on the Internet of Things (IoT) to grow 17% year over year in 2017, and to be near $1.4 trillion by 2021, according to IDC.... [visit site to read more]

What Does Exxon’s Carbon Tax Mean?

Groups Slam Exxon for Deceptive Support of Carbon Tax Plan Lorraine Chow, 20 June 2017 (EcoWatch) “Environmental organizations are calling foul on a carbon tax and dividend plan supported by ExxonMobil, BP, Shell and other influential...Show More Summary

The Rump Flails Factlessly At Wind

Trump attacks wind power in state that gets nearly third of energy from wind Jacqueline Thomsen, June 21, 2017 (The Hill) “…[The President ignorantly blasted wind power during a rally in Iowa, which gets] nearly a third of its powerShow More Summary

So Are We Wasting 40% of Our Food or Not? Study Says We Don’t Really Know

Potentially overstated measures on the amount of food that is wasted each year could have profound consequences when it comes to public policy, according to a new study published on behalf of the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association. Show More Summary

Groundwater Fees Prompt Farmers to Slash Water Use by a Third

When it comes to drought and the farming community, it seems a self-imposed fee on groundwater could work better than government regulations, according to a new study from the University of Colorado Boulder. The study suggests that self-imposed well-pumping fees can play an important role, incentivizing farmers to slash use... Show More Summary

New Energy To Get Bigger And Cheaper

Solar and wind energy set to get cheaper Denisse Moreno, 21 June 2017 (International Business Times via Raw Story) “…[Solar energy costs will fall] 66 percent by 2040…[as onshore costs] decrease by 47 percent…[and offshore wind costs...Show More Summary

EVs To Be Cost-Competitive By 2025

Electric cars will cost less to buy than regular cars by 2025: analysis Sean Szymkowski, June 21, 2017 (Green Car Reports) “…[Electric vehicles have a number of strikes against them in the minds on consumers, including range anxiety,...Show More Summary

Cisco Passes the Torch from Humans to Machines

The virtualization of networks is based on the triumph of software over hardware. Cisco's intent-based networking widens the gap.

Reduce Hiring Bias With These Seven Practical Ways

Experts say unconscious hiring biases cause people to make hiring decisions in favor of certain groups. This has a detrimental effect that creates less diversity in the workplace, affects recruitment efforts and increases employee turnover. Show More Summary

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