The Facebook chief may push people to read more political science and theory.
Frustrations mount over Supreme Court's refusal to allow video recording of oral arguments.
2014 was full of frustrations for the tech industry.
The system will be in place by 2016 as the court makes electronic filings standard.
Leahy, Grassley say FBI recently changed its legal policy on key technology.
The settlement was first announced in May.
Authorities said it was unrelated to a cyberattack on the facility reported last week, according to...
Sen. Richard Blumenthal has harsh words for companies like AT&T and T-Mobile.
Only 4 percent said social networking sites are important for their jobs.
A skilled hacker can replicate a fingerprint based on a medium-range photo.
The two technology issues were featured on the White House's "2014: A year in review" on Monday.
A trade association representing small- and medium-sized companies wants protections.
Menendez wants North Korea placed on list of state sponsors of terrorism.
Here are five items lawmakers and tech advocates hope to move in the new Congress.
The details of the FCC's net neutrality proposal are not yet known.
The fast food restaurant said it's working with an IT security firm.
Activists plan to use weather balloons to float DVDs and USB flash drives over border.
The FBI has declined to identify the news organization.
Hackers behind the PlayStation and Xbox attacks are offering their tools for sale.
Usage of the email service is still far below normal.
Legislation approved at the end of the Congress was among the "worst" bills Amash said he's seen.
Outspoken Rep. Alan Grayson blames the "spying industrial complex."
Officials want people to back up their data at least once a week.
The outage comes amid an escalating standoff in the world's largest country.