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Why is America concerned about 5G?

5G technologies will provide the backbone for future economies. That's why it's imperative to protect 5G from untrustworthy companies and countries.
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French technology re-creates D-Day events for Americans

Americans collaborate with the French once again to bring to life D-Day events in Normandy, France, as they took place 75 years ago.
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Pompeo praises risk-takers and visionaries

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo joins business and political leaders at the 2019 Global Entrepreneurship Summit in The Hague.
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Teaching English in Japan shapes lives, including the teachers’

The Japan Exchange and Teaching Program gives Americans and others a chance to live in Japan while teaching English. Here's one person's experience.
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U.S. and Japan partner on future moon mission

Cooperation between NASA and Japan's space agency aims to return humans to the moon in preparation to land on and explore Mars.
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Countries agree on 5G security in Prague

As countries are starting to build 5G ultra-fast telecom networks, they came together in Prague to develop security standards to protect these networks.
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U.S. warns of untrustworthy 5G vendors

As countries develop 5G internet technology, it is important that they consider the security and privacy issues that come with unreliable companies.
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A ‘Fitbit’ for cows boosts ag production

U.S. technology that helps U.S. farmers monitor their cattle's health also is being used on cows in Brazil, sheep in Norway and camels in Saudi Arabia.
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Young entrepreneurs learn that business can be sweet

How does a lemonade stand turn into a full-fledged business? Programs designed to inspire young entrepreneurs teach American children valuable skills.