They took issue with the last-minute addition of data to the public record for the item.
A fake Bloomberg story said the company had received a $31 billion takeover offer.
Using Twitter's ad tools, the campaign can place messages in the feeds of reporters.
NASA's New Horizons made its closest approach to Pluto Tuesday morning.
Laura Poitras wants to know why she was detained in "Kafkaesque" border searches.
Clinton called out the sharing economy in a speech Monday, saying it faced "hard questions."
46 percent of U.S. adults who own smartphones said they could not imagine life without their device.
The White House called on Supreme Court to send case to lower courts.
The issue has caught fire over the past few months.
Ellen Pao, the interim chief executive of Reddit, resigned on Friday afternoon.
The FCC will vote at its August meeting.
Consolidation in the broadband industry "has resulted in huge price increases," they said.
HUD will work with local governments, telecommunications firms and nonprofits.
The program was ruled illegal, but it is still up and running temporarily.
CBO found that the bill will change how inventors file lawsuits.
Clinton's chief technology officer said the tech community is standing with Hillary.
The government wants to promote accountability in drone use.
The agency is reportedly looking at the way Apple treats rival music streaming services.
There are three spectrum-related items on the agenda for Thursday's meeting.
A bill would move the security clearance database away from the agency.
Pao had been at the center of a controversy at Reddit.
The shirts were given to them by their union and said "Prisoner of AT$T" on the back.
A three-hour outage has raised questions on Capitol Hill about the exchange's security.
Uber says that the three plaintiffs are not representative of Uber's workforce.