Google's lawsuit against Oracle could have major implications for software development.
The study was backed by Yelp, a Google competitor.
At issue is the size of a block of wireless spectrum set aside for small carriers.
The commission received expanded authority over customer privacy under new net neutrality rules.
Wheeler said the FCC is concentrating on expanding an online database for ad buys.
Charter listed a series of terms it will abide by if its merger with Time Warner Cable goes through.
Rep. Joe Barton said poker is a game of "strategy and skill."
The proposal is supported by GOP mega-donor Sheldon Adelson.
The car manufacturer is looking to challenge ridesharing and services like Zipcar.
The court is nearing decisions on high-profile cases on gay marriage and ObamaCare.
The bill would let Congress review the move away from a US-controlled domain name system.
EBay said the flag had become a "contemporary symbol of divisiveness and racism."
The company has agreed to add track crossings to its GPS maps.
It has been a quiet first two weeks under the controversial rules.
Major tech companies were among more than 350 businesses who pushed for the decision.
For now, a human test driver will remain in all the vehicles.
Under the proposal, most companies could no longer enter into joint bidding agreements.
T-Mobile sought to increase the amount of spectrum set aside for smaller carriers.
Cruz wanted Congress to have a larger oversight role.
A DOJ letter is a small win for T-Mobile.
Login credentials for nearly 50 government agencies were found on public sites.
Google could ultimately face billions of euros in fines because of the charges
The contract provides custom security support for the aged operating system.
Verizon said regulators signed off on the deal.