Monthly Archives: February 2011

Attention DC: Watch the PDT (Public Displays of Technology)

I’m sure that no one in DC’s policy world has an obsession with checking their mobile devices. Right? A recent survey commissioned by Intel found that nine out of ten American adults claim they have seen people misuse mobile technology, … Read more >

Today’s West Wing Week or Don’t Bump My Atoms

Many in Washington and throughout the county look forward to the White House’s regular “West Wing Week” video. These are typically posted on Fridays and include footage from the President’s travels and events from the preceding week. Today, the West … Read more >

Inspiring the U.S. Innovation Engine for Healthcare

I am on a plane returning from the annual HIMSS conference on health information technologies. As I watch the borderless states go by far below, I can see the lines and circles of our interstates and highways, which previous generations … Read more >

President Obama Visits Intel Oregon and Expresses His Hope for America’s Technological Future

By Peter Cleveland, vice president of Global Public Policy at Intel This morning, Intel had the honor of hosting President Obama at our Ronler Acres site in Hillsboro, Oregon. It was a memorable and historic day for our company and … Read more >

A Busy Time For Privacy and Security

By David Hoffman, Director of Security Policy and Global Privacy Officer The past two weeks have included a number of important events for privacy and security. At the top of my mind have been the protests in Egypt, as I … Read more >

Working Together to Create New U.S. Jobs by Accessing the Global Marketplace

By Greg Slater, director of Trade and Competition Policy at Intel Corporation President Obama spoke to the U.S. Chamber yesterday, and despite serious disagreements in the past, both the President and the Chamber are now seeking common ground. In this … Read more >