“Tim has pushed Apple to ... greater social responsibility,” the civil rights icon wrote.
Members of Congress are starting to coalesce around a bipartisan plan.
Rep. Peter Welch (D-Vt.) says the measure has one fixable snag holding it up.
The industry hasn't focused on the need for high-skilled reform, Cisco's John Chambers said.
The commission decried the idea of government-ordered "back doors."
The charges could lead to a massive showdown.
Michelle Lee expressed general support for the major provisions of the Innovation Act.
Broadcasters sued the FCC last year.
The discovery could point toward the possibility that Mars, at one time, was home to life.
Their resolution reads the rules "shall have no force or effect."
The FCC wants to make things easier for AM radio stations.
A challenge was filed mere hours after the legal window opened on Monday.
FanDuel joined the Internet Association.
The rule of processing power doubling every two years has held true, but is in jeopardy.
Virtually every corner of the industry is pushing for the end of some spying programs.
The political arm of Credo Mobile is refusing a ceast and desist order.
The company stands accused of prioritizing its products during searches.
The Consumer Electronics Association has a new scorecard to track states on innovation.
Four major trade groups have announced challenges to the rules.
His campaign launch might have been too much for his website to handle.
The husband of Rep. Suzan DelBene — a former Microsoft executive herself — is back at the company.
Reps. Jerrold Nadler and Marsha Blackburn introduced the bill.
Some lawmakers have introduced legislation to require agencies to track the information more...
The Obama administration accused the company of overcharging the government by $21 million.