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Obama plays up technology's value
— The promise of technology heavily underpinned President Barack Obama's State of the Union address, as he emphasized the importance of clean tech, broadband and science education in achieving his goal to “out-innovate, out-educate, and out-build the rest of the world.”
FCC approves net neutrality rules
— The Federal Communications Commission adopted new rules that will govern how Internet providers treat Web traffic and services, a move that sets the stage for a heated political battle on Capitol Hill come January. — Led by FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski …
White House to continue copyright crackdown
— The Obama administration is just getting started in its mission to shut down rogue websites that illegally share copyrighted content such as movies and music. — The White House's intellectual property czar, Victoria Espinel …
FCC readies for potential Net neutrality agenda
— The Federal Communications Commission is pushing back its scheduled December open meeting from Dec. 15 to Dec. 21 — a six-day change that gives the agency extra time to decide its next move on Net neutrality.
Tech industry waits for President Obama
— They called him the first “tech president.” — But two years after they rallied behind his campaign and helped put him in the White House, technology industry executives give President Barack Obama mediocre reviews.
D.C. crowd's path to Silicon Valley
— A trek to Silicon Valley has become a must-do for D.C. lawmakers seeking to stress their business and tech bona fides while developing relationships that could lead to big campaign donations down the road. — Just last week, six Democratic senators …
Facebook CEO talks privacy on Hill
— Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg made his first visit to Washington Wednesday, meeting privately with members of Congress about online privacy and other technology issues. — Zuckerberg, the site's 26-year-old CEO, has received plenty of attention lately …
Bringing government up to data
— Technology drove Barack Obama's presidential campaign. And Obama's three tech “chiefs” drive his administration's technology. — Their goal: Create government websites that are more like an Apple app store than the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Google search: Political power
— Google's aggressive tactics have put it on top of the business world, and now the Internet giant is looking to leverage the high profile and sterling connections of its CEO to achieve similar power in the political sphere. — Google boss Eric Schmidt …
Silicon Valley: D.C. doesn't get tech
— BlackBerrys, iPhones and Droids may dot congressional committee chambers and sometimes — despite rules to the contrary — appear on the House and Senate floors. But a growing frustration still pervades Silicon Valley that there is more than distance separating Washington and Silicon Valley.
From signed up to satisfied — Getting new users is easy; keeping them is hard. Join Intercom co-founder Des Traynor as he explains how to bridge the gap between a company's initial traction and sustained success.