Methane is a potent greenhouse gas, and feds have walked away from regulation.
Samsung, Asus, Fujitsu, Sony, and Intel among those infected.
Don't fear the machines—AI tech isn't nearly ready to think for itself.
Kushner lawyer says it was "fewer than a hundred e-mails."
Google’s conduct is a “willful and contemptuous disregard of various court orders.”
Since deleted, post gave public and private key for Adobe incident response team.
The Suniva case has created a rift in the solar industry.
Pai cites public safety concerns; Apple says new iPhones have no FM chip at all.
AT&T got nearly $3 billion federal subsidy to connect 1.1 million rural customers.
Embattled company vows to give consumers more control over their credit data.
All your private addresses and search queries are belong to us.
Lawsuit claims one arrestee was told it would cost $15k to have profile removed.
A new group of Cox customers gets a 1TB data cap and $10 overage fees.
Lyft has the network that OEMs like Ford need to enable their mobility plans.
Yet another reminder that when a service is free, you are the product.
The critical Linux vulnerability is exploited on Android 1 year after coming to light.
Ajit Pai's FCC says mobile market is competitive, in change from Obama years.
Announcement comes as social media is under pressure to remove hate-based accounts.
If the US had to shoot down a North Korean missile, these are the systems that would do it.
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