The CIA's demands for redactions are "unprecedented," Sen. Ron Wyden said.
The FCC is starting to settle on "hybrid" net neutrality rules.
"My son saw me with my BlackBerry, and he was like, 'Hi, ’90s mom,' Megan Smith said.
In the past, the tool was used for experiments.
Companies are racing to develop driverless cars on the promise of reducing gridlock and accidents...
Move would make information on ad buys more easily accessible to the public.
The Bitcoin Foundation is making a change in leadership.
The first lady is helping out Rep. Mike Honda in his race against a fellow Democrat.
Asian cities — including Seoul, Hong Kong and Tokyo — all ranked highest in speed and cost.
A controversial move to regulate Internet services would be "unlikely to withstand appeal,” Verizon...
"I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me,” Tim Cook said.
“I have yet to receive satisfactory answers," the senator said.
The news organization said the action raised "constitutional concerns."
Google says the project collects "the forest" of data, without seeing "individual trees."
The move is a sign of Silicon Valley’s willingness to embrace new privacy protections.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is close a plan for new net neutrality rules.
The European Union vigorously attacked its own networks to test new cyber sharing procedures.
The senator slams federal agents for impersonating the media and a fake Facebook account.
The contest calls for "3D-printed ornaments that will deck the halls of the White House."
Someone in the House added the team to the Wikipedia page for sports dynasties.
The nation’s spy offices were given less in 2014 than in previous years.
People would be more upset if Google gained access to the private data.
Wireless industry executives talked about cars and net netrality with the FCC.
“A letter from Einstein to the White House would get lost in the mailroom,” Thiel said.