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Biden spends $3.1 billion on batteries
Published in News
Tuesday, 03 May 2022 11:28

Biden spends $3.1 billion on batteries


Keeps most of his organs running

The Biden administration plans to begin a $3.1 billion effort on Monday to spur the domestic production of advanced batteries, which are essential to its plan to speed the adoption of electric vehicles and renewable energy.

Biden meets top tech firms
Published in News
Thursday, 13 January 2022 12:43

Biden meets top tech firms


Apparently they will help sort out Open source

The White House will meet executives from leading tech firms, including Google, Biggish Blue, Vole, Facebook, Jobs’ Mob, Oracle and Amazon.

Biden brings in tighter restrictions against Huawei
Published in News


No respite


The Biden administration this week amended licences for companies to sell to China’s Huawei further restricting companies from supplying items that can be used with 5G devices, sources said.

Biden working to tackle semiconductor shortage
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Concerned about choke points in supply chains.

The Biden administration is working to address the global semiconductor shortage that has caused production halts in US industries.

Huawei still on the hook after US regime change
Published in Mobiles


Biden still wants it on a restricted trade list

President Joe Biden’s nominee for Commerce secretary, Gina Raimondo (pictured), said she knows of “no reason” why Huawei and other Chinese companies should not remain on a restricted trade list.

Intel boss pens letter to President-elect Biden
Published in News


Time to help the US semiconductor industry

Intel CEO Bob Swan has penned a letter to President elect Joe Biden acknowleging and congratulating him on being the next President.

Biden likely to push privacy laws
Published in News
Monday, 23 November 2020 12:48

Biden likely to push privacy laws


New appointment shows there may be regulation ahead

President-elect Joe Biden’s top technology adviser helped craft California’s landmark online privacy law and recently condemned a controversial federal statute that protects internet companies from liability.