The fight over a controversial cyber bill is reaching an apex in Washington.
The court agreed to hear a pair of cases on the issue.
The number of consumers who password-protect their tablets is also on the rise.
The FCC will vote to cap the price that companies can charge inmates to make a call.
Industry groups warn the new FCC regulations would be "devastating."
The rules are intended to prevent accidents as more drones take to the skies.
Reports that IBM is sharing information with Beijing could raise expectations of other firms.
The FCC has listed opening bids, with New York spectrum valued at nearly $1 billion.
A key component of the service operated by ride-hailing giant Uber is legal, a court in London...
Regulators ordered them to stop operations until they get gaming licenses.
The city, and its municipally owned broadband network, are at the center for a federal fight.
A group of superintendents says a program for low-income people should include broadband.
Greenberg Traurig says Ethan Haskell did not use data to win $350,000 on a rival site.
The retail giant says the report overplayed negative stories about employee treatment.
Agencies will be required to buy computers through bulk deals to cut costs.
Opponents are say the $65 billion deal would give the combined firm too much power.
Reid said he supports his state's decision to treat the sites as gambling operations.
Some companies say the so-called "special access" data deals are anti-competitive.
Clinton said she had questions about his motives and called for him to return to the U.S.
A court ruled that the project does not infringe on the copyrights of authors.
The advocacy group has in recent years of pushed online video companies to provide subtitles.
There was a spike in the data around the Supreme Court same-sex marriage decision.
The Federal Communications Commission will vote on a plan later this month to limit the rates that...
The company's stock price fell after it failed to hit its U.S. subscriber targets.