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.
The company was responding to a letter from Sen. Patrick Leahy.
The security issue affected Samsung's "Find My Mobile" feature.
Hackers stole email addresses from a new product backed by Wal-Mart and Target.
U.S. chief tech officer wants every child in America to learn how to write computer code.
The FCC "should take great care" with new rules, the cable industry said.
White House official told the news organization that the issue was being addressed.
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 movie industry is banning Google Glass and other wearable devices from its theaters.
FBI agents were investigating residents of three Las Vegas villas for online sports betting.
The accounts were known as "virtual cupids" and allegedly used to entice new members.
Sharyl Attkisson says she was targeted for writing stories critical of Obama.
The newly launched Sugarstring is attempting to recruit technology reporters and editors.
Aggressive campaign to replace longtime representative in Congress is down to wire.
The unmanned Antares rocket was carrying supplies to the International Space Station.