The Federal Trade Commission announced Wednesday that it had reached a $1 million settlement with a debt collector that allegedly broke laws by misrepresenting itself in threatening text messages to borrowers.
Parents: Silicon Valley says it's heard you.
Cable viewers have long complained about paying ever-higher bills for hundreds of channels they don't want to watch. Now some cable companies are beginning to agree.
WASHINGTON - News reports on a push by the Federal Communications Commission to broaden access to public WiFi networks around the nation generated a lot of discussion. Senior FCC officials say they actively support the proposal.
LAS VEGAS - During a frustrating rush-hour jam, drivers of an experimental car from Audi will be able to take their hands off the wheel, lift their feet from the pedals and focus on things other than the road, such as a movie or a newspaper. The car will take care of the driving.
Tonight, employees at the Advisory Board have an unusual task: Stay off email.
Google said Tuesday it will follow the activities of users
across email, search, YouTube and other services, a shift in
strategy that is expected to invite greater scrutiny of its privacy
and competitive practices.
The machines are taking over.
Netflix declared last week that the future of video
entertainment is online, saying the DVD market has "peaked."