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President Obama meets with technology executives in the Roosevelt Room of the White House.
Cecilia Kang and Ellen Nakashima
In a meeting at the White House, they warned that a consumer backlash could harm the broader economy.
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Google added more pieces to its growing toolbox of robotics late last week with the purchase of Boston Dynamics, a military contractor known for its animal-like robots.
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Advocates say the firms, through a Web site and an app, are flouting laws meant to protect children.
Timothy B. Lee
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) wants to expand program for ditching low-quality patents.
The reclusive former NSA contractor has been unusually vocal this week.
The biggest tech policy story of the year is missing from the search giant’s year-in-review.
The Eyebloc blocks the camera on the laptop or tablet of those with privacy concerns.
When a celebrity gets involved in something touted as game-changing, chances are it’s been done.
Two late-year events generated the top-trending searches of the year on Google’s list for 2013.
IBM releases its annual predictions of five areas of human life that will never be the same.
IBM thinks big data and digital devices will help education take a huge leap in the next five years.
Tuesday’s edition includes Pope Francis, Fox News and talk of teacher salaries.
A patent firm reveals its substantial holdings, and a rash of responses to NSA surveillance
Also on the agenda are economic issues and the health-care Web site.
The man behind the “Prince of Petworth” blog says amateur bloggers are picking up the slack from the pros.
Why regulators might want to allow a deal to go through — but not yet.
There aren’t many days left to shop before Christmas, but don’t fret. There’s the do-it-yourself route.
Judge says Smith v. Maryland is a “far cry” the constitutional issues at stake in the NSA’s domestic phone records program.
The company’s unconventional ad inside FC Barcelona’s jerseys made an appearance Saturday.
Yahoo says the outage affected 1 percent of users -- or roughly 1 million people.
Google buys a company that creates galloping robots, Amazon’s German warehouse workers prepare to strike, and the NSA doesn’t know how much data Snowden walked out with.
Datawind wants its low-cost devices to reach Americans without Internet access.
Monday’s edition includes Michelle Obama, Mike Huckabee and John McCain.
Surge pricing is a good idea. Here’s how Uber can do it without angering customers.
A reader says he’d rather pay a premium for his online privacy, and another explains why it’s impractical for news sites to implement SSL.
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