The government is not giving away any property when it hands off its oversight role, ICANN says.
It’s been weeks since DOJ announced it was changing rules for devices that stimulate cell towers.
Rep. Greg Walden wants to look at minority ownership and ownership caps.
President Xi Jinping is slated to deliver a speech to government and business leaders Tuesday night.
Congress’s budget fight threatens the country’s commitment to research and innovation.
A hearing on email privacy Wednesday will be the Senate’s first real step this year.
Sen. Mark Warner said reforms need to happen quickly.
The case could determine the reach of a U.S. warrant to access data stored overseas.
Wednesday starts a series of hearings on wireless broadband by the Senate Commerce Committee.
The measure would prevent FCC from regulating commercial broadband rates.
Republicans want to make it easier to invest in the sector.
Leading presidential campaigns have spent a few thousand dollars on Uber rides in the 2016 cycle.
Many say the library fall behind technologically.
Congress is slated Tuesday to probe into the search for life beyond Earth.
A pair of copyright decisions featured the “Happy Birthday” song and the Batmobile.
Big name defenders of net neutrality submitted their arguments to an appeals court.
The 14-year old was handcuffed and suspended for taking a homemade clock to school.
An appeals court ruling Monday on copyright and fair use online could have broader ramifications...
Advocates for privacy, the drone industry, insurance carriers, and realtors are slated to testify.
Sen. Gary Peters (D-Mich.) and Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) got into a spat at a Wednesday hearing.
FCC Chair Tom Wheeler and GOP Commissioner Ajit Pai face Congress on Tuesday.
Sen. Al Franken has asked the DOJ and FTC to investigate antitrust concerns.
A handful of telecom companies saw their lobbying bills go up in the second quarter of the year.
Thursday’s FCC meeting just got shorter.