This idea by the FCC is terrifying Apple, Amazon and Microsoft

An FCC proposal would put some streaming video firms into the same regulatory bucket as multichannel video programming distributors, or cable and satellite TV firms.

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Members of Congress raise questions about SpaceX investigation in wake of explosion

Members of Congress raise questions about SpaceX investigation in wake of explosion

In a letter to NASA and the Air Force, 14 House members said they’re concerned about the “rigor” of the probe and the country’s reliance on contractors for critical space missions.

It’s incredibly difficult to stop the Internet from knowing you’re pregnant

It’s incredibly difficult to stop the Internet from knowing you’re pregnant

Visiting sites about parenting or looking at items like diapers or baby toys is probably enough to tip off advertisers about your family plans.

Kami: Show us your moves (but not too many)

Kami: Show us your moves (but not too many)

Soothing game rewards users who turn colorful puzzles to monochrome within a set number of movements.

Simplenote: Back to basics, with a boost if you want it

Simplenote: Back to basics, with a boost if you want it

Free note-taking app can serve as an easy dumping ground for thoughts, or you can tag and categorize them.

Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan’s refreshingly honest Facebook post about miscarriages

Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan’s refreshingly honest Facebook post about miscarriages

In sharing the good news that they’re expecting a baby girl, they also discussed their tragic experience with miscarriages.

The government doesn’t know how businesses are using tech that tracks your face

New report says the government is unaware of the “full extent” of commercial uses of facial recognition tech.

The Xbox One and the Xbox 360 are starting to play nice together

The Xbox One and the Xbox 360 are starting to play nice together

Getting a new console doesn’t mean having to start over -- at least in “World of Tanks“

What’s it’s like to be a kid at Burning Man

What’s it’s like to be a kid at Burning Man

It may not seem like the ideal family vacation, but some families have made it just that.

Game on: Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft all look strong headed into the holiday season

Game on: Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft all look strong headed into the holiday season

It’s game on for major video game console makers, all of whom reported strong numbers for their most recent quarters headed into the busy fall and winter buying season

Planned Parenthood Web site faces cyberattack. Again.

Planned Parenthood Web site faces cyberattack. Again.

The group said it experienced a “wide scale distributed denial of service attack.“

Obama wants the U.S. to build the most powerful supercomputer ever

Obama wants the U.S. to build the most powerful supercomputer ever

Obama’s supercomputing moonshot.

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Facebook's unmanned aircraft aims to bring Internet to remote locations

Facebook's unmanned aircraft aims to bring Internet to remote locations

Facebook released a video explaining its Aquila long-endurance aircraft that aims to circle regions for up to 90 days providing internet connectivity to communities in remote locations.

Google’s standing up to France on the ‘right to be forgotten’

Google’s standing up to France on the ‘right to be forgotten’

Google warns that giving France what it wants could lead to global censorship.

You’re paying a shocking amount to rent cable boxes every year

You’re paying a shocking amount to rent cable boxes every year

The steep figure points to a lack of choice in the set-top box market, say two Democratic lawmakers.

This controversial Internet policy has divided Americans for years. Now Canada’s just adopted it.

This controversial Internet policy has divided Americans for years. Now Canada’s just adopted it.

It’s a step that’s long divided Americans, but Canadian officials say it will lower Internet prices and increase competition

Lockheed Martin tackles health care, with a little help from its friends

Lockheed Martin tackles health care, with a little help from its friends

The defense contractor has turned its attention to the human body with the launch of a new health care alliance.

Why zero delivery time could be the future of retail

Why zero delivery time could be the future of retail

Amazon and others keep looking for ways to shorten delivery times to zero.

Facebook is spending money to make money. And it’s working.

Facebook is spending money to make money. And it’s working.

While it beat analyst expectations, it didn’t exceed them as much as many investors had expected headed into the report.

The government is headed back to the drawing board over controversial cybersecurity export rules

The government is headed back to the drawing board over controversial cybersecurity export rules

The federal government will make changes to proposed rules on cybersecurity tools and request more feedback.

Meet Yahoo’s strange new live video and texting app

Meet Yahoo’s strange new live video and texting app

Livetext, Yahoo’s new social app, combines live-streaming video and text -- but no audio

Why would Chinese hackers want to go after an airline?

Why would Chinese hackers want to go after an airline?

An alleged breach at United Airlines might give hackers a lot of information about Americans’ movements.

How to upgrade to Windows 10

How to upgrade to Windows 10

First things first: you should figure out if you can upgrade and how much it’s going to cost.

37 million Americans don’t use the Web. Here’s why you should care.

37 million Americans don’t use the Web. Here’s why you should care.

We’re spending countless taxpayer and private dollars to connect the disconnected.

When technology wipes out jobs

When technology wipes out jobs

We present the good, the bad and the ugly.