Up to 20 million people a year are affected by "mobile cramming," according to a federal study. Now the FTC is laying out what wireless carriers should do to stop it.
U.S. technology firms and the Chinese government have had a rocky relationship in the past year. Microsoft, in particular, has faced several obstacles in China over the past year.
The Internet has threatened to turn NTIS from a useful service into a boondoggle.
New Federal Records Accountability Act of 2014 calls for tougher measures on employees who destroy documents.
The dating site admits it experiments on its users, just like Facebook. And it's not ashamed to say so.
Now it's even easier to buy bobbleheads that look like you from Amazon.
The fight over cell phone unlocking is giving way to a much broader fight about whether consumers can circumvent locks on software for simple purposes like repairing your vehicle.
Zillow is buying Trulia. Here's what that might mean for consumers.
Your morning helping of hand-picked stories from The Switch team.
A federal judge has ordered a review of United Launch Alliance's controversial contract with the U.S. Air Force to put military payloads into orbit.