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Emails sent to Google used to go unanswered by default
Critics are concerned that the biometric data may be misused
Qualcomm is facing an antitrust probe in China for allegedly overcharging clients
Mobile has to have different Open Internet rules from fixed broadband, Meredith Attwell Baker says
The matter will be handed over to the next Commission in November
China won't be among the first markets to sell the iPhone 6
Snapchat cofounders Evan Spiegel and Robert Murphy have reached a settlement with former Stanford University colleague Frank Reginald Brown
The past double standard is a big issue in many public comments, FCC Chairman Wheeler said
A recent breach raises questions about the company's data protection practices, two senators say
IBM, Cisco, Intel and other companies oppose calls to reclassify and regulate broadband as a common carrier
It hosts the first of seven meetings, which one critic has labeled a PR stunt.
The coalition of tech industry groups wrote a letter to Senate leaders as an erosion of trust was affecting their business abroad
A competitor calls it troubling Google make get a fourth chance to propose terms
The judge's recent settlement rejection was a clear error as a matter of law, attorneys said
A server connected to Healthcare.gov had botnet malware on it, but the malicious code was never used and no personal information was compromised.