A Patent Office employee was paid $25,500 for time not spent working, a watchdog found.
The Obama 2012 reelection campaign's former CTO leads the company, called Modest.
The website now allows users to review government agencies.
The site reached a deal to let agencies and branch offices set up official Yelp pages.
The FTC says it misrepresented compliance with international data security agreements.
Experts say it's now impossible to catch all software glitches before going online.
The FAA says a software glitch took down a satellite-based tracking system, stranding thousands.
The New York Times reported on Amazon's bruising workplace culture.
GOP front-runner Donald Trump is dominating his rivals on social media.
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The music service hired its first lobbying firms this year.
The company's workforce become 1 percent less male and 1 percent less white over the last year.
The ride-hailing company is expanding its food delivery service to San Francisco.
An organization opposed to the deal is using Snapchat to target Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.).
2016 candidates have increasingly used social media to reach voters.
The FCC previously noted “a disturbing trend" in Wi-Fi blocking at convention centers and hotels.
The Commerce Department announced it would extend its contract with ICANN, putting off the...
Officials previously told Gawker that the emails from Philippe Reines didn't exist.
The Presidential Innovation Fellows program was started in 2012.
Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are threatening to make traditional campaigning obsolete.
More than 24 million tuned into the first GOP debate, shattering previous records.
The company is testing a new private-browsing method for its Firefox browser.
The charges concern how shopping results are displayed in searches.
Companies and agencies often give those sorts of protections to employees after a hack.