A federal judge on Tuesday threw out an ironic defense by AT&T against a Federal Trade Commission lawsuit over the company's throttling of unlimited data plans.
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President Obama on Wednesday declared cyberattacks a "national emergency," and announced new executive authority designed to protect critical U.S. Internet assets and retaliate against hackers.
The Baltimore field office of the Department of Homeland Security has subpoenaed Reddit for information on users of the site's “dark net markets” forum, where users discuss places to purchase drugs online -- including the recently disappeared market "Evolution."
Hacktivist group Anonymous has threatened to unleash "electronic holocaust" on Israel in early April, according to video by the group posted to YouTube.
A spokesperson previously associated with the hacktivist group Anonymous dumped a list online Tuesday of more than 26,000 Twitter accounts formerly or actively supporting the Islamic terrorist group ISIS.
Ryan Reynolds tweeted Friday the first image of the actor in his "Deadpool" costume, and it reinforces why he's perfect for the "X-Men" spinoff.
Fidgeting, sweating or staring might sound like average behavior for anyone waiting in line at airport security, but according to the Transportation Security Administration, they're potential warning signs for would-be terrorists.
Facebook announced during its F8 Developer Conference Thursday that the company's first virtual reality gaming experience will be available in 2015.
Two U.S. Marine Corps F-35B variants refueled simultaneously from a KC-130 tanker aircraft during a mission over South Carolina last week, which was captured on video.
In a video posted by SpaceX this week, the company test fired a pair of rocket engines that could save astronauts' lives while launching to the International Space Station.
Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey used his opportunity to testify before Congress about his agency's budget this week to once again ask lawmakers to give the FBI backdoor access into Americans' cellphones.
After Tesla Motors dropped the all-wheel drive P85D last fall, the car's 691 horsepower, 687 pound-feet of torque and 3.2 (now 3.1) 0-60 m.p.h. launch time immediately made it a drag champion, but the competition is stepping up.
The White House will not use a legal loophole to let the National Security Agency continue collecting the phone records of millions of Americans if Congress lets the Patriot Act expire in June.
ISIS gains in the Middle East have reportedly stretched into a galaxy far, far away.
Google had access to top-ranking White House staff far outside the norm in 2012, while the company was the subject of an antitrust investigation by the Federal Trade Commission, White House visitor logs and emails obtained by The Wall Street Journal show.
A Federal Communications Commissioner long-opposed to the net neutrality stance adopted in new regulations by the agency last month asked Congress Tuesday to cut FCC funding necessary to enforce the new rules.
Some of the strongest reforms to the U.S. national security apparatus ever introduced in Congress were revived Tuesday by a pair of congressmen in the House of Representatives.
A new video posted Tuesday on the popular YouTube channel SmarterEveryDay gives space fans a quick lesson on the little-known steps involved in launching to, and docking with, the International Space Station.
Tesla Motors' forthcoming Model X has been spotted taking a highway test drive near Palo Alto, Calif. ahead of the SUV's release date later this year.