WASHINGTON — The Justice Department is collecting data from thousands of cellphones through high-tech gear deployed on airplanes that mimics communications towers, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.
By Associated Press
In a statement released by the White House Monday, the president called for an "explicit ban" on such deals. Obama also said that federal regulators should reclassify the Internet as a public utility under Title II of the 1934 Communications…
By Anne Flaherty, Associated Press
Telecommunications company Sprint will pay $7.5 million in a record settlement after the Federal Communication Commission said the company failed to honor consumer requests to be spared from unwanted telemarketing calls.
By Justin Scuiletti
Report Suggests Potential for Spying, Stealing by Chinese Tech Companies in U.S.
It's safe to say that AT&T's big move to buy T-Mobile for $39 billion took much of the tech world by surprise Monday -- and that seems to include Sprint, who had been in talks with T-Mobile recently. But there…
The three scientists awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics Tuesday all developed new ways of harnessing light for different technological applications that are now used all the time, every day, all over the world.
By PBS NewsHour
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez was sworn in for a second six-year term Wednesday, vowing "socialism or death" in a move reminiscent of Cuban leader Fidel Castro, as he pledged to continue the country's movement toward a socialist state.
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