Spotlight on “Innovator of the Week”: Dan Berninger

July 22, 2015

Do you remember the 90’s? With all of the developments the world has experienced since the turn of the century, it’s easy to forget the days when you had to hang up the phone in order to surf the web.  Before we had Xbox Live and PlayStation Plus to occupy our time, we had Nintendo […]

Spotlight on “Innovator of the Week”: Bryan Martin

July 8, 2015

We are in the midst of a new renaissance in technology. Growing steadily since the turn of the century, the “Tech Boom” is alive and well – and at the forefront of this surge is no other than Tech Innovator Bryan Martin. Graduating from Stanford University with both a B.S. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering, […]

Spotlight on “Innovator of the Week”: Mark Cuban

July 1, 2015

Tech Innovator and billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban knows competition. Worth a Forbes-estimated net worth of $2.6 billion, Cuban worked his way up from selling garbage bags door-to-door at the age of 12 to making primetime investments both on and off “Shark Tank”. Originally from the City of Champions – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Cuban graduated from […]

Spotlight on “Innovator of the Week”: Bob Metcalfe

June 24, 2015

Imagine knowing the future. Imaging knowing that our society could be changed forever through the limitless potential of technology. Imagine knowing that there is a way to breathe life and vitality into millions of technological devices those around you can only dream of. Sounds great, right? There’s only one catch. You have to develop the […]

U.S. Internet Regulations Will Spur Collateral Damage

June 22, 2015

Morning Consult By Jeff Pulver The recent decision by the Federal Communications Commission to regulate the Internet as a utility telephone service under Title II of the Communications Act ends a policy responsible for the success of the commercial Internet over the last 20 years in the name of “protecting an open Internet.” The decision represents […]

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