The recently-launched United States Digital Service (USDS) is modeled on the UK Cabinet Office's Government Digital Service which helps deploy new citizen-centric technologies throughout British government.
DirecTV and Dish Network customers may notice something a little different this election season: Your television ads know who you are.
Here are a few tips to choose the smartphone plan that's best for you.
Figure out your priorities: how much data do you really need?
[Commentary] Like Hollywood, Silicon Valley has an idea of how politics works. And that idea is generally wrong.
Here's how to make sense of what to do when an app requests access to a particular part of your phone:
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus want to save a controversial rule whose critics say makes it impossible for sports fans to watch their local teams.
Sprint is offering a new family plan that provides 20GB data at $100 for a maximum 10 lines.
Aereo's just waiting for a court to determine if it'll be allowed to make a backup legal argument for its survival -- but television broadcasters are determined to shut that effort down before it even gets started.
Google and a British newspaper are currently embroiled in a confusing cycle of link deletion and reporting on said deletions, which has led to still more deletions.
Sen Ron Wyden (D-OR) called for legal reforms that embrace an understanding that the mere act of handing over digital data doesn't mean giving way a user's right to privacy.