Ready for Hillary, the super political action committee that's laying the groundwork for a potential Hillary Clinton run in 2016, is testing software to determine whether data about social ties can help identify likely grassroots leaders and new s
House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) thinks the Federal Trade Commission shouldn't be allowed to sue companies for breaches of customer data using its main legal authority.
Data show that there's a big gap between the executives at the top of the tech pyramid and those who actually make the machines go.
[Commentary] Comcast has been engaged in a public relations battle lately to convince policymakers and the public that it is all in favor of network neutrality, or the idea that Internet traffic should be treated equally by Internet service provid
It turns out that, as a percentage of the money they pull in, Internet service providers (ISPs) have generally spent less on infrastructure over time -- from a high of 37 percent of revenue in some cases to a low of around 12 percent more recently
NASA is investigating ways to put commercial satellites into the planet's orbit.
The Federal Communications Commission says more than 1 million people have now submitted comments on network neutrality.
[Commentary] A Comcast customer service call from hell highlights something that isn't as easily quantified by cold, hard economic analysis.
Google isn't exactly sitting on its hands in the network neutrality debate. It's taking a more oblique approach to the Washington game -- like speaking through industry groups.
In an effort to survive, Aereo's throwing everything against the wall and hoping something -- anything -- sticks. Its latest tactic?