The $1.2 billion deal includes conditions that AT&T expand its LTE service.
Infringers shouldn't be able to repost files again and again to the same website, musicians tell lawmakers.
Instead, a House subcommittee deferred questions about 'damage' of leaks to a classified briefing.
An Internet sales tax bill that passed in the Senate is flawed, says the House Judiciary Committee chairman.
Son says he feels an obligation to bring high speeds and low prices to the U.S. mobile market.
The agency finds government-funded service offers improved service over private broadband providers, at least for businesses.
A new tech coalition focuses on the value of Wi-Fi in the US
The proposed deal raises concerns about WhatsApp users' privacy, two groups say.
The technology could be the answer to prevent further breaches of credit-card information.
The retailer announces the resignation after data breaches affecting up to 110 million people.
The NSA director says the agency is doing what the US residents want it to do
The defendant is accused of stealing personal information of employees and publishing it on a Web site.
The financial data and news company develops in-house access controls after controversy over journalists seeing client information
However, the executives stop short of endorsing a Senate bill requiring them to install kill switches on mobile devices.
Critics of the bill don't like language added to the legislation that would prohibit bulk unlocking of phones.