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After backlash, commissioners are dragging their feet on Tom Wheeler’s proposal to allow calls while in flight.
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The Post's Hayley Tsukayama dissects YouTube's list of the top videos from the site in 2013.
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NASA says the six-man crew is safe as work is underway to determine what is causing the issue.
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If Leo Grand gets off the streets, it’ll be thanks to his Today Show appearance, not his programming lessons.
PostTV’s On Background discusses how new apps and technologies are making it easier to live without cash.
Should Verizon and AT&T be allowed to buy as much as they want?
Your new reading habits reveal a lot. Should sites protect them?
Groupon pokes fun at Amazon’s drones with a plan to deliver via medieval catapults.
Princeton’s introductory computer science course is taken by 60 percent of undergrads. We talk to the man who runs it.
The online site also announced that 1 billion users now watch 6 billion hours of its video per month.
The rate plan for its Austin fiber optic service introduces an ad-supported service. Will customers take the savings?
The social media site debuted on Glassdoor’s list at No. 1, while Facebook falls to third
Cable providers will pull the plug on Holesaga, an attempt to show the merits of cable.
Time announced their person of the year Wednesday -- and got it wrong.
Murugam Narayanasamy is raising money to sell customizable sunglasses with interchangable parts.
NSA using Google cookies to pinpoint hacking targets, and California arrests the operator of a “revenge porn” site.
Wednesday’s edition includes President Obama, filibusters and the Washington Redskins.
Ashkan Soltani, Andrea Peterson and and Barton Gellman
How the NSA piggybacks onto the tracking behaviors of commercial companies to enable exploitation and surveillance.
He was charged with 31 felony counts of conspiracy, identity theft and extortion.
Boston University scholar argues that Bitcoin’s volatility dooms the cryptocurrency.
Ashkan Soltani and Barton Gellman
A 24-page NSA whitepaper describes the agency’s techniques for inferring relationships from location data.
Apple is launching its 12 Days of Gifts in the U.S. for the first time, handing out a dozen freebies to iOS7 users.
New filibuster rules just helped advance one of Obama’s picks to the powerful D.C. Circuit court.
Retailers are also hyping holiday gifts that pop screens into baby gear.
Several firms, including Qualcomm and LG, have agreed to use the same framework for connected devices.
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