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In order to avoid an Aereo-like legal situation, Apple will need to conduct extensive negotiations with broadcasters — and potentially delay its product.
Former government contractor really wants the NSA to lose some spying powers.
And it gives a huge boost for the FAA. Here’s why.
Alvaro Bedoya and Ben Sobel
Can you tell the difference between Kafka’s The Trial and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court?
Discovered by users, these are the latest in a string of racist search results involving a highly charged slur for African-Americans.
Very few Americans encrypt their communications, a Pew Research study reports.
The government’s net neutrality regulations apply some of the strongest privacy rules to Internet providers.
Attack is part of wave of breaches targeting health-care industry.
A short, simple driver’s guide you can use if your car gets recalled.
The X-37B launched Wednesday as space grows in importance for the Pentagon and the intelligence community.
Among bin Laden’s possessions were a couple of video game guides — including one for “Delta Force: Xtreme 2.”
Press release: “Doug Bowser brings decades of experience, not fire breath, to new role.“
Tiny drones such as the CICADA have the potential to transform the way we fights wars.
An Uber driver claimed to offer an online tutorial about how to induce higher fares.
A racist slur against Obama shows the perils of Google Maps vandalism.
What a fight about the early growth of the Internet can teach us about net neutrality
Farmers Business Network aggregates data to uncover which seeds are best for a given soil.
Two guys from MIT sold their first start-up for $1.2 billion. Now they’ve found their next adventure.
So say child-safety advocates who are asking regulators for an investigation.
A federal appellate court upheld most, but not all, of Apple’s jury verdict against Samsung over smartphone design.
The FBI is investigating Chris Roberts, who says he hacked into a plane’s entertainment system.
1776’s Challenge Cup featured 81 young companies competing for $650,000 in investments.
This start-up sees an opportunity to better share online experiences with people around the world.
Young Asian Americans face serious issues that are rarely discussed.
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