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2007-10-18 U.S. tech groups split over green card proposals
New proposals to re-examine the status of foreign-born tech professionals are beginning to splinter American tech lobbying groups that had traditionally been on the same immigration policy page
2008-04-08 U.S. Senate to take on patent reform bill issues
The U.S. Senate is expected to debate on the controversial patent reform bill following a court decision that struck down new rules the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office proposed to cope with a flood of patent applications
2008-01-22 U.S. Senate to tackle patent reform bill
Following the U.S. House of Representatives' passing of the patent reform bill, the U.S. Senate will take its turn next month on the controversial bill that aims to raise the quality of patents and reduce patent litigation and abuse
2007-09-19 U.S. patent system overhaul stirs uncertainty
The patent reform bill passed by the U.S. Congress last week was met by varied and complex dissenting opinions, hinting at the uncertain future of the U.S. patent system
2007-09-10 U.S. patent examiners against patent reform proposal
A group representing patent examiners and professionals in the United States said that the patent reform proposal now in the U.S. Congress would hurt the American patent approval process
2008-04-18 U.S. patent applications up, quality down
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office reported the declining quality of U.S. patent applications it has seen since 2000 as more applicants attempt to game the system
2006-05-24 U.S. engineers still competitive vs China, India
U.S. engineers are holding their own, at least for now, compared with their counterparts in China and India, concludes Duke University testimony presented this month to Congress' Committee on Education and the Workforce
2011-06-29 U.S. Congress' patent reforms draw mixed reactions
While large electronics firms hailed the patent reforms, particularly the minimization of unjustifiable patents, individual investors called them a bill about influence, ignorance and indifference.
2012-03-06 Skilled workforce: Key to U.S. manufacturing success
What the U.S. manufacturing base needs is a revival of flexible, design-driven manufacturing and a new, modular approach to training the next generation of workforce
2004-03-10 SEMI, U.S. at odds over tool export controls for China
After months of discussions and lobbying, the Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI) trade group is still at odds with the U.S. government over export control policies for U.S.-made chip-equipment for China
2007-09-11 Hot patent reform bill gets through U.S. Congress
The U.S. Congress last week passed HR1908, the sweeping and controversial patent reform bill that aims to raise the quality of patents and reduce patent litigation and abuse
2005-10-05 Europe lobbies to wrest Internet control from U.S
The 25-nation European Union (EU) is moving towards a showdown with the U.S. after insisting that control of the Internet be passed from the U.S. to the United Nations, according to reports. The U.S. has maintaind that the Internet is of strategic interest to it and would therefore remain under its control and reiterated that position last week, the reports said
2012-12-03 Engineers need to weigh in on U.S. immigration issue
A recent report by IEEE-USA stated that the current lottery system used by U.S. immigration needs to be replaced by criteria that prioritise science, technology, engineering or math degree holders
2009-02-10 Campaigning for patent reform
Many big tech companies are pushing hard for patent reform, citing the rising costs of IP claims against them
2008-07-17 SEMI anticipates 20% dip in market performance
The industry group SEMI is forecasting that the semiconductor equipment market will decline 20 percent in 2008.
2012-01-27 US manufacturing downfall, Asia's gain
According to the Times report, the reason why the jobs for manufacturing consumer devices are gone for good in the U.S. is because the country's manufacturing base has failed to evolve
2007-03-15 Intel to build 12in wafer plant in northern China
Intel Corp. has won approval to build a $2.5 billion, 12-inch wafer plant in northern China for CPU chipsets, according to a statement issued from China's National Development and Reform Commission
2009-05-08 Comment: IBM should come clean on layoffs, offshoring
Perhaps more than any other U.S. high-technology company, IBM Corp. has been subjected to intense media scrutiny following a string of recent under-the-radar layoffs
2010-06-02 Survey finds more in favor of193nm, EUV litho
A survey of more than 130 attendees hailed 193nm and EUV as the technologies that would be considered for manufacturing at the 32nm node or beyond.
2007-06-18 Standards process faces IP debate
If the process by which technology standards are forged and implemented isn't broken, it is surely straining under the relentless technological change, patent-infringement suits and the increasingly noisy standards battles among competing industry consortia.
2010-04-09 Scalise: More activity awaits SIA in DC
Semiconductor Industry Association president George Scalise talks about the company's transition to close its office in Silicon Valley and his retirement.
2011-11-01 Counterfeiting case reveals defense system flaws
The case of VisionTech has opened
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