In 1972, IBM made the case against software patents. The Supreme Court should listen to them.
WhatsApp could have made a much bigger impact as an independent company.
The agency will write new rules on traffic discrimination.
A legal settlement restores a Minnesota man's right to produce parodies of government agencies using their logos.
The more concentrated the broadband market becomes, the stronger the argument for regulation will be.
If approved, a merger would concentrate an enormous amount of power in Comcast to dictate downstream effects.
Online freedom activists tried to relight the digital fire from the SOPA/PIPA blackout. But it fizzled.
A small, local Internet provider has beaten Google and AT&T to the gigabit punch.
As the White House moves forward with big data privacy initiative, questions about its timing and amount of public feed back raised.
Without American networks' largesse, the IOC could hardly afford to run the Olympics at all.
Would such a legal challenge succeed? To find out, we asked Eugene Volokh, a prominent First Amendment scholar.
A recent court ruling makes it legal for carriers to discriminate between kinds of Web traffic. Is Verizon already doing it?
Blame NBC's exclusive U.S. broadcast deal for the Olympics.
Relatively modest changes to its business practices allows Google to avoid legal battle with European regulators.
What does an agency that regulates phone companies have to do with schools?
Meet the Indian-born executive who'll be Steve Ballmer's successor.
Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, and Facebook can finally reveal the extent of NSA spying.
A 1991 Radio Shack ad shows just how amazing modern smartphones are.
There are 618 million Internet users in China. But that's only 45 percent of the total population.
Why USA v. Muhtorov is the most important challenge to warrantless wiretapping yet.