A leaked OMB memo shows changes to a major open-data bill that has advocates fuming.
To fix the troll problem, rein in the court that created it in the first place.
It would conceivably let the FCC regulate companies like Google, Facebook and Netflix, going beyond any net neutrality rules it's previously written.
Targeted political ads are coming to satellite television.
Iceland and Thailand are the only countries listed as "hostile."
Even if they aren't quite as technically nimble as their liberal counterparts, Republicans are starting to get in front of tech-related issues in an important way.
Experience suggests that even if robots replace some workers, new demand for products and services will keep humans employed.
The NSA leaker is likely to be waiting a long time for Congress' help.
The streaming video giant begins to flex its considerable muscle.
Media reports of a breach turned out to be a misunderstanding.
Intel is giving up on streaming TV. But its technology, in Verizon's hands, could work well against cable companies.
President Obama is making major changes to the NSA's phone record surveillance program Friday.
The smart lens is meant to be used by diabetics for now. But there are untold possibilities in the technology.
Alan Turing was a computer science pioneer whose code breaking helped defeat the Nazis.
Data that's been anonymized can be reverse engineered to identify individuals — a potential breach of consumer protection law, advocates argue.
For-profit academic publisher Elsevier is ramping up efforts to stop academics from sharing their research freely online.
New technology is superseding our old networks faster than we can write new rules for them.
Your laptop's Webcam has a light that's supposed to turn on any time the camera does. But research shows it's possible for hackers to disable the light.
Judge says Smith v. Maryland is a "far cry" the constitutional issues at stake in the NSA's domestic phone records program.