A couple from Orlando, Fla., recently received an Amazon order of plastic storage bins, but inside of those containers was an unexpected gift: 65 pounds of marijuana.
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Libertarian nonprofit The Atlas Society (TAS) says its Instagram page, which it used to post political content and promote its work, was taken down roughly a month ago with little to no explanation in an apparent act of censorship. Now, it's ready to sue, if need be.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposed banning all laptop computers, as well as other large electronic devices, on checked bags for international flights, and the United Nations is now considering it.
A coalition of prominent tech companies are reportedly readying for a Congressional lobbying offensive to allow illegal immigrants known as "Dreamers" to stay in the U.S.
Google, with its many technological wonders and advanced capabilities, can't seem to get fake news advertisements off of its platform.
It's time for lawmakers to start reigning in the growing power of tech titans like Google, Facebook, and Amazon, according to Ev Ehrlich, the former U.S. undersecretary of commerce from 1993 to 1997.
Some of Samsung's older models, like the Galaxy S7, are superior to Apple's newly released iPhone 8, according to Consumer Reports.
China is reportedly preventing users of the country's top messaging app from altering certain aspects of its platform, right as the country's Communist Party is set to convene for its biggest event in five years.
Twitter plans on taking a stricter stance on content like "hate symbols and imagery," "violent groups," and "non-consensual nudity," among others, according to leaked emails obtained by Wired.
The Department of Aviation in Chicago reportedly fired two officers who participated in the public dragging of David Dao, the 69-year-old doctor who was forcefully booted off a United Airlines flight in April.
Mark Penn, the former chief strategist for Hillary Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign, said Tuesday that $100,000 worth of Russian ads on Facebook certainly did not sway the 2016 presidential election.
General Motors, in partnership with an acquired autonomous vehicle company, will test self-driving cars in New York by early 2018, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday.
There have been at least two instances of drones getting in the way of firefighting efforts undertaken in Northern California where a massive wildfire is ravaging the area, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said Monday, according to CNBC.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai said Tuesday that the agency does not have the authority to revoke a broadcast station's license based on content.
Famous pornographic kingpin Larry Flynt offered $10 million Sunday to anyone who can provide information that ultimately prompts the impeachment and subsequent ousting of President Donald Trump.
Vulnerabilities in security protocol for certain Wi-Fi networks may leave 41 percent of devices using Google's Android operating system susceptible to cyber attacks, according to researchers at the Belgian University KU Leuven.
A 52-year-old black man is being charged with destruction of property after allegedly getting caught spray-painting a swastika inside campus living quarters, according to Fox5.
Facebook wants to hire people with official national security clearances to help combat potential foreign influence for future elections, according to Bloomberg.
NBC’s Fitness To Hold Broadcast License Called Into Question After Lack Of Harvey Weinstein Coverage
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) commissioners have largely, and remarkably, remained silent in the days after President Donald Trump floated the idea that NBC's broadcast licenses could be revoked.