Facebook is giving advertisers new information about how users notice and act on ads as they move...
The FAA is under heavy pressure to approve the use of commercial drones.
The U.S. program can “automatically fire back" against cyber threats, the NSA leaker said.
The Obama administration's new strike force to boost administration technology has earned early...
The charges were the first filed by the FTC over ObamaCare fraud.
Republicans hope they can attract a broader spectrum of voters.
Some international airline passengers will soon be able to file their customs documents...
The U.S. Digital Service will try to prevent problems like the rollout of HealthCare.gov.
"Consumers are stepping into the Wild West when they engage in the market,” said Cordray.
BuzzFeed unveiled plans Monday for a “major expansion” after receiving a $50 million investment,...
The plan seeks to end blackouts due to disputes between broadcasters and cable companies.
“ 'All the kids do it' was never something that worked with me," Tom Wheeler said.
T-Mobile says current rules benefit AT&T and Verizon and hurt smaller carriers.
The Senate Judiciary chairman wants FCC roundtables expanded beyond just D.C.
Companies are divided over whether a legislative fix to "big data" is needed.
Lawmakers have been increasingly pressuring the FCC to remove its rules.
Kill switches would allow users to make their phones inoperable if stolen.
Lawmakers are taking a look after Netflix feuded with Comcast and Verizon over fees.
A new Senate proposal unfairly targets broadcasters, according to TVFreedom.
GOP lawmakers and commissioners of the agency want more transparency.
Schumer sees threat to privacy in fitness tech and apps, according to Newsday.
Liberals are unhappy with presidential support for CIA chief John Brennan and others.
The government needs to release the partially declassified opinion, the surveillance court said.
The FCC voted to require wireless companies allow texts to 911 by the end of the year.