World Wide Web inventor slams Internet fast lanes: ‘It’s bribery.’

America will lose its tech advantage without strong net neutrality rules,according to Timothy Berners-Lee.

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    iPhone 6 sales begin

    iPhone 6 sales begin

    Customers around the world flock to Apple stores for the release of the device.

    CIO VanRoekel steps down, returns to USAID

    Deputy administrator Lisa Schlosser will serve as interim CIO.

    So, this exists: A working car has been 3D-printed out of carbon fiber plastic

    So, this exists: A working car has been 3D-printed out of carbon fiber plastic

    Scientists say carbon fiber polymers can make cars lighter, safer and more fuel efficient. Here’s one vision of that future.

    App game Alone takes a stylish swipe at space travel

    App game Alone takes a stylish swipe at space travel

    In side-scroller game, users navigate a rocket ship past obstacles such as asteroids, comets and stalactites.

    Evernote Food app has ingredients for recipe organization

    Evernote Food app has ingredients for recipe organization

    Free app from the maker of note-keeping service stores online recipes for users and even suggests other recipes.

    Online court archive PACER says it will restore access to missing records

    Online court archive PACER says it will restore access to missing records

    Access to some archives of five courts, including four U.S. federal appellate courts, were removed last month with little public notice.

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    iPhone black market surges in Hong Kong

    iPhone black market surges in Hong Kong

    As Apple awaits approval to sell the iPhone 6 in China, resellers in Hong Kong are turning a tidy profit.

    Will Microsoft kill off the Minecraft marketplace?

    Will Microsoft kill off the Minecraft marketplace?

    The $2.5 billion purchase is raising questions for Minecraft’s biggest fans.

    Pentagon effort seeks to retain U.S.’s technological edge

    Pentagon effort seeks to retain U.S.’s technological edge

    Concerned that the U.S. is losing ground to Russia and China, the Pentagon is promoting industry innovation.

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    Alibaba prices IPO at $68 per share

    Alibaba prices IPO at $68 per share

    Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce powerhouse has priced its initial public offering of stock at $68 per share, valuing the company $167.6 billion.

    Get ready for free clean energy

    Get ready for free clean energy

    The incredible drop in the price of solar energy will shake up our world.

    Packaging that you can eat is here

    Packaging that you can eat is here

    Here are some appetizing alternatives designers have come up with to replace plastic.

    Biggest stock debut in history for China’s Alibaba

    Biggest stock debut in history for China’s Alibaba

    The world’s biggest online retailer gains billions in investors’ bet on growing China middle class.

    Senate’s new overseas-email protection act gets mixed reviews

    Senate’s new overseas-email protection act gets mixed reviews

    Meet the Law Enforcement Access to Data Stored Abroad Act, introduced Thursday.

    Home Depot breach put 56 million payment cards at risk

    Home Depot breach put 56 million payment cards at risk

    More payment cards estimated to be compromised than the Target breach.

    Oracle’s Larry Ellison steps down

    Oracle’s Larry Ellison steps down

    Ellison, 70, will become the company’s executive chairman and chief technology officer. Oracle will be run by two co-CEOs.

    Apple offers its own tips for securing your iPhone

    Apple offers its own tips for securing your iPhone

    The company Web site kicks off a wider education effort with a new section on security and privacy.

    New Androids will also encrypt data by default

    New Androids will also encrypt data by default

    The move is the latest in a broad shift by U.S. tech firms to make their products more resistant to government snooping in the aftermath of revelations of NSA spying by Edward Snowden.

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    Don’t want to stand in line for the new iPhone? Pay these people.

    Don’t want to stand in line for the new iPhone? Pay these people.

    In what has become an annual event, eager iPhone buyers have been lining up outside Apple stores. But many are simply in it for the money that the new phones can bring, not the phones.

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    Triton drone arrives at Md. Navy station

    Triton drone arrives at Md. Navy station

    Watch the unmanned MQ-4C Triton maritime surveillance drone make its landing at the Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Md., from Palmdale, Calif.

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    Navy's massive Triton drone makes first cross-country trip

    Navy's massive Triton drone makes first cross-country trip

    Designed by Northrop Grumman, the massive unmanned MQ-4C Triton maritime surveillance drone will rely on radar, infrared sensors and advanced cameras to provide full-motion video and photographs to the military.

    Bitcoin gets an industry-backed advocacy group

    Bitcoin gets an industry-backed advocacy group

    Experienced technology policy entrepreneur Jerry Brito launches the Coin Center, with venture capitalist backing.

    Study: Cities with super fast Internet speeds are more productive

    Study: Cities with super fast Internet speeds are more productive

    A look at 14 metropolitan areas and their neighbors links gigabit Internet speeds to higher per-capita GDP.