Major television networks are going the wrong way in trying to deal with the changing communications environment, says a media expert.
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Cheaper mass-production techniques and a nearly diamond-hard surface could lead to sapphire glass replacing reinforced glass as the face of many of today's smart phones.
In a hearing before the House Judiciary Subcommittee Tuesday, a panel of technology law experts called on Congress to pass legislation mandating the long-term retention of every American's text messages and emails in case of a future criminal investigation.
President Barack Obama reauthorized the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) on Thursday, saying that the law will continue to protect women from threats of sexual assault and domestic abuse.
In a Google report released Tuesday, the tech giant revealed that thousands of inquiries have been made by the Federal Bureau of Investigation into the personal information of its users.
Facebook will launch a new, multi-faceted newsfeed Thursday, according to TechCrunch.
For the first time Wednesday, the military released a sizable portion of court documents in the pre-trial proceedings for Army private turned WikiLeaks informant Bryan Manning.
More than one hundred cyberattacks against U.S. companies have been traced back to a neighborhood near Shanghai, said a report by U.S. computer security firm Mandiant Corp. on Tuesday.
The federal government is not prepared for the billions of dollars in damage potentially caused by climate change and must take immediate counteractive measures, said a report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) on Thursday.
Actor Will Ferrell masqueraded as a Los Angeles Lakers security guard Tuesday night, ejecting NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal to cheers and laughter from Lakers fans.
Unidentified hackers infiltrated a Montana news station on Monday, warning viewers of an unfolding "zombie apocalypse" via emergency broadcast alerts.
United Nations debate over the international Arms Trade Treaty is set to resume in March amid a barrage of criticism.
Manti Te'o will be taking an indefinite break from Twitter to prepare for the NFL draft, according to ESPN sources.