America will lose its tech advantage without strong net neutrality rules,according to Timothy Berners-Lee.

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Meet the Law Enforcement Access to Data Stored Abroad Act, introduced Thursday.

More payment cards estimated to be compromised than the Target breach.

Ellison, 70, will become the company's executive chairman and chief technology officer. Oracle will be run by two co-CEOs.

The company Web site kicks off a wider education effort with a new section on security and privacy.

The move raises yet another barrier to police who want to gain access to the troves of personal data typically kept on smartphones.

Experienced technology policy entrepreneur Jerry Brito launches the Coin Center, with venture capitalist backing.

A look at 14 metropolitan areas and their neighbors links gigabit Internet speeds to higher per-capita GDP.

Looming deadlines triggered far more civic participation that a cable comedian's call to action.

Tim Cook wants you to know Apple isn't monetizing the contents of your e-mail.

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Everything we know about the Blue Engine 4, Bezos's big bet on spaceflight

The reviews are in, and they're universally glowing.

The company says the episode highlights how in many instances, people lie about their age online.

Apple's due to release its newest mobile operating system, iOS 8, on Wednesday.

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The contract shows a significant shift for NASA, which has long owned and operated its own rockets.

In game development, you die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.