Nearly 40,000 Verizon workers on the East Coast are now working without a contract - but thus far have chosen not to strike after their contracts expired at midnight Saturday.
The IRS used a "wholly separate" instant messaging system that automatically deleted office communications, according to documentation released by the House Oversight Committee on Monday.
One of the best things about the web is that it's interactive. You communicate with friends and family, publish your own site, and leave comments on other people's work. But a huge part of what we do online is is simply consuming content.
The public war of words over Americans' right to encrypt their communications and transactions will resume July 8 when the Senate Judiciary Committee holds a hearing featuring the federal government's most outspoken opponent of public encryption:
Start-up satellite Internet provider OneWeb LLC, in a move that will quiet, if not silence its doubters, on June 25 announced that it had raised $500 million in equity from sources as varied as Indian telecommunications network provider Bharti Enterp
E.U. will abolish mobile roaming charges by June 2017 and net neutrality will be 'enshrined' in law
CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW?
There's no shortage of inspired films urging the public to 'wake up' and consider living the life they were gifted. But as each one is incredibly unique and offers powerful insights to ponder, we're sharing the short film created by Victor Ha
The secretive Bilderberg Group has deployed a hi-tech jamming system to shut down communications around the site of the elitist confab's luxury hotel in order to strangle media coverage of the event.
Elon Musk's space company has asked the federal government for permission to begin testing on an ambitious project to beam Internet service from space, a significant step forward for an initiative that could create another major competitor to Comca
Engineers at North Carolina State University have devised a new form of tiny, liquid-metal antenna that's capable of tuning into a wide range of radio frequencies, offering a timely solution to a looming and potentially damning problem in networked e
A collection of tech industry giants like Facebook, Google, Apple and Microsoft, as well as civil liberties organizations and Internet security experts, sent a letter to President Obama on Tuesday warning of the unintended consequences of any policy
Radio systems, such as mobile phones and wireless internet connections, have become an integral part of modern life. However, today's devices use twice as much of the radio spectrum as is necessary.
Although you might not be aware of it, your infatuation with the glow of a television screen is causing you to miss out on the excitement of life all around you.
Bill Nye ("The Science Guy") wants you to be a part – and get a part – of a "revolutionary solar sailing spacecraft" mission.
Germany's BND intelligence agency sends mammoth amounts of phone and text data to the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) each month, Die Zeit Online reported, highlighting the scale of spying cooperation which has unleashed a political row here.
Telecom giant Verizon announced Tuesday it will be buying AOL for $50 per share, or about $4.4 billion
A stunning image of more than 15,000 airplane flights from around the world shows that satellite tracking of commercial aircraft is moving closer to reality.
This May, Congress is expected to come together on a bill to protect private entities that secretly share user data with federal agencies.
Victory: Federal Appeals Court Declares NSA Domestic Spying on Telephone Calls Illegal, 'Staggering' in Scope, and Unauthorized by USA Patriot Act
We all take our glorious electronic communicators for granted today. Got a problem?