Google, Microsoft on Prezs Tech Council

President Obama has named two communications industry heavyweights to the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology.

Google Inc. CEO Eric Schmidt and Microsoft Corp. chief research and strategy officer Craig Mundie are two of the 20 appointees, Obama announced this week.

President George H.W. Bush created the council in 1990 – the group aims to help the president and vice president define technology policy.

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