The Justice Department claimed Samsung allowed agencies to buy products made in China.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is leaving the company’s board of directors.
Dems want FCC to allow local Internet networks where state law bars them.
Companies may support the virtual currency, the head of the Electronic Transactions Association...
A lobbyist for one of the top companies that trades in consumer data is confident that Congress won...
Mikey Dickerson, who is leading the new government’s new tech strike force, knows that shifting...
Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.) said Monday that airlines have generated millions of dollars from...
Google is reportedly considering creating a “child-safe version of YouTube."
The Wall Street Journal says the FTC is “stretching the law” with its suit.
Commissioners dumped buckets of freezing ice water over their heads.
Tech and civil liberties groups warn California might empower police to silence protesters.
Nicole Wong was one of the administration’s top people on tech and privacy.
An agency in the Commerce Department wants to give $20 million for the center.
David Plouffe is Uber's new senior vice president of policy and strategy.
Two of the attacks were tied to a foreign government.
The spy office is defending a controversial executive order that authorizes some snooping.
As many as 89 percent of Native American libraries don’t have broadband Internet access.
The plan “is likely to cause significant harm to broadcast television,” the industry said.
Transparency advocates say it's time for staffers to embrace the popular site.
DOT says cars with vehicle-to-vehicle communications can reduce accidents.
The theft reportedly included patient names, addresses and Social Security numbers.
The five-day extension comes after a public response crashed the FCC's comment system in July.
Government surveillance critic Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) is calling for sweeping reforms to...
The CIA director has been under fire since a report his agency spied on the Senate.