USAID secretly helped set up a mobile phone messaging program, similar to Twitter, to spread democracy in the country.
Justices appear to look for a way to provide some guidance on what computerized business methods are patentable
Ending the NTIA's formal oversight of ICANN could open the door for other countries, critics say
Could gigabit Wi-Fi be around the corner? The FCC opens up more spectrum available for Wi-Fi use.
Some justices express skepticism about patents involving a trading platform tied to a computer. At stake: possibly the future of software patents.
Advocates plan to present two petitions to the DOJ and the State Department.
FCC chairman Wheeler will soon float a proposal to experiment with sharing spectrum in the 3.5GHz band to alleviate the mobile bandwidth crunch.
The medical lab files a new lawsuit seeking to rein in the FTC's authority to bring data breach complaints
The group of tech companies raises concerns about copyright enforcement provisions in the trade pact
Participants in a US government discussion on the notice-and-takedown process disagree on a direction.
Critics question the officials' description of the NSA's overseas surveillance programs. Are they wide nets or targeted strikes?
Verizon is converting some traditional telephone customers to VoIP without their permission, advocacy group says.
The agency will host a meeting Thurday to look into ways to improve the process.
The NTIA plans to let its domain-name contract with ICANN expire in late 2015, its administrator says. ICANN will then develop its own Internet governance model.
The $1.2 billion deal includes conditions that AT&T expand its LTE service.