Don't-Miss Government Stories
Modifications proposed by the Obama administration to the U.S. phone records collection program aren't enough, some say.
China has given conditional approval to Microsoft's purchase of Nokia's handset business, in return for promises on fair patent licensing.
Activist and former US prosecutor Larry Klayman had appealed directly to the Supreme Court, to no avail.
It has put the allocation of .vin and .wine top level domain names on hold over cyber-squatting fears
The FTC's Joshua Wright has met primarily with representatives of businesses and trade groups during his first 15 months in office
The U.K buys 12 months of "breathing space" before support for Windows XP expires.
The breach involved 200 million personal records
The European Parliament has adopted the strictest of three definitions of net neutrality.
USAID secretly helped set up a mobile phone messaging program, similar to Twitter, to spread democracy in the country.
China's central bank is forcing the closure of banking accounts operated by the exchanges
Ending the NTIA's formal oversight of ICANN could open the door for other countries, critics say
Radiation emission could hit radios, power lines and satellites, disrupting service.
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.
Technicians took the site down in order to fix a software bug, but it's a last-minute embarrassment.