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Here’s a look at interesting gadgets and gift ideas that cost less than $100.
A look at video games for the younger gamer in your life.
A look at video games for older players.
Tom Wheeler expects broadband providers to challenge any new regulations concerning the open Internet.
President Obama has addressed the immigration concerns of the tech community.
A peculiar split forms between civil rights groups over net neutrality.
Researchers at Stanford University developed this "gecko-inspired human climbing system."
The embattled streaming video company says reorganization is the “next logical step.“
The heartbeat could one day replace the fingerprint as the leading form of biometric authentication.
Obama wants to increase opportunities for foreign students and recent graduates from U.S. schools to work in high-tech jobs in the United States. That is likely to make Silicon Valley very happy.
Cory Haik and Julia Beizer
We think digital browsing is broken. Here’s what we’re doing to help.
The country’s “worst company” is trying a new trick to rehabilitate its image: letting consumers track technicians.
Its candidates lost, but Mayday PAC is already planning its next moves.
President Obama is likely to announce Thursday night that he’s expanding a program that acts as a pipeline for foreign students into the U.S. workforce -- a program that has been controversial on both sides of the political aisle.
Here are some of the top tech gifts for this holiday season, and a few that you can skip buying.
Microsoft gets a 12 percent cut of Yahoo Search advertising revenues.
It doesn’t have to be hated. CEO Travis Kalanick can still save his company.
Your morning helping of hand-picked stories from the Switch team.
The surveillance technology is sold to Central Asian nations that smother basic rights, a watchdog group says.
Uber’s PR disasters made it onto the front pages of The Washington Post, USA Today and the New York Times.
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