You won’t believe what some federal agencies are paying for cell service
The staggering array of plans suggests the government could be spending a lot smarter, the GAO finds.
Charter buys Time Warner Cable to create mega cable and Internet firm
The merger comes just one month after Comcast’s decision to drop its own bid for Time Warner Cable.
Why I’ll never feel ashamed to be Indian
Narendra Modi has it all wrong. To be Indian-American is an honor.
This start-up is helping the government keep track of social media
ArchiveSocial picked up a $100,000 investment from Steve Case’s Revolution Ventures.
New Apple TV could come with broadcast channels
In order to avoid an Aereo-like legal situation, Apple will need to conduct extensive negotiations with broadcasters — and potentially delay its product.
Edward Snowden weighs in on debate over NSA phone records program — on reddit
Former government contractor really wants the NSA to lose some spying powers.
The House just passed a bill about space mining. The future is here.
And it gives a huge boost for the FAA. Here’s why.
Quiz: Just how Kafkaesque is the court that oversees NSA spying?
Can you tell the difference between Kafka’s The Trial and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court?
The Internet has unearthed more racist Google Maps results for D.C.
Discovered by users, these are the latest in a string of racist search results involving a highly charged slur for African-Americans.
Americans care about their digital privacy, but not enough to protect it
Very few Americans encrypt their communications, a Pew Research study reports.
The FCC warns Internet providers they’re on the hook now for user privacy
The government’s net neutrality regulations apply some of the strongest privacy rules to Internet providers.
Cyberattack on CareFirst exposes data on 1.1 million customers in D.C., Md. and Va.
Attack is part of wave of breaches targeting health-care industry.
One in seven U.S. cars just got recalled. Here’s what to do if one of them is yours
A short, simple driver’s guide you can use if your car gets recalled.
The mystery behind the Air Force’s classified space plane
The X-37B launched Wednesday as space grows in importance for the Pentagon and the intelligence community.
Did Osama bin Laden play this terrible video game?
Among bin Laden’s possessions were a couple of video game guides — including one for “Delta Force: Xtreme 2.”
A guy named Bowser is now a Nintendo executive. Yes, really.
Press release: “Doug Bowser brings decades of experience, not fire breath, to new role.“
The newest innovation in warfare: Military infestations
Tiny drones such as the CICADA have the potential to transform the way we fights wars.
No, Uber drivers can’t game the ‘surge pricing’ system the way one driver claims
An Uber driver claimed to offer an online tutorial about how to induce higher fares.
If you search Google Maps for the N-word, it gives you the White House
A racist slur against Obama shows the perils of Google Maps vandalism.
How the battle for the future of the Web is shaped by economics
What a fight about the early growth of the Internet can teach us about net neutrality
How crowdsourcing can help farmers
Farmers Business Network aggregates data to uncover which seeds are best for a given soil.
A start-up to watch: Samsara
Two guys from MIT sold their first start-up for $1.2 billion. Now they’ve found their next adventure.
Children can get all kinds of stuff on YouTube Kids. Like ads for beer and profane cartoons.
So say child-safety advocates who are asking regulators for an investigation.