The FAA is considering new rules for space travel.
A Minneapolis company released a video showing a 12-pack being delivered to ice fishermen.
The Securities and Exchange Commission plans to scrutinize the way financial firms defend against cyberattacks after a series of recent high-profile data breaches, according to a new report.
The push for strong regulations drew pushback from Bitcoin backers Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss.
New draft regulations start the clock on a likely contentious public comment period.
Senate Democrats are calling for new regulations allowing emergency responders to pinpoint the location of all 911 calls made via cellphone.
Apple will pay refunds to families whose children spent money on mobile applications without their parents’ consent.
The Federal Communications Commission moved forward Tuesday with a contentious plan to end the agency's ban on in-flight phone calls, proposing a rule that would allow individual airlines to decide whether travelers can talk, text and surf the Web.
The use of electronic devices on airplanes was banned for many years for fear that they could interfere with a plane’s navigation systems. But the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) loosened that ban late last year, prompting the FCC to consider allowing in-flight phone calls.
Overstock.com is the first major shopping site to trade in the digital currency.
Drivers are not distracted by digital billboards alongside roads, according to a study conducted by the Department of Transportation (DOT).
The study, which released by the Federal Highway Administration (FHA) last week, found that drivers are not any more likely to be distracted by digital billboards than stationary signs.