Technology

U.S. universities top latest worldwide patent count

With heavy investments in research, U.S. universities are outpacing their international counterparts in receiving U.S. patents for new inventions.
Smart city with smart services and icons, internet of things, networks and augmented reality concept (State Dept./S. Gemeny Wilkinson )

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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South Korean company makes huge investment in U.S.

The arrival of a Korean-owned chemical plant in Louisiana means economic growth through partnership with a company known for its family-friendly policies.
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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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China exports tools of repression to the world

China is exporting technological know-how that can help authoritarian governments track, reward and punish citizens through digital surveillance.
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Disease-detecting drones in the wine industry

See how a U.S.-backed program is helping to protect Moldova’s wine industry from a disease that wipes out vineyards and threatens livelihoods.