Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.
National Archives welcomes input on preservation of electronic communications.
Republicans complain that increasing the definition of "broadband" is meant to justify power grabs.
The astronomical figure shows just how desperate carriers such as AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile are for access to more airwaves to power their customers' devices.
A dive into one of Google Life Sciences' latest initiatives.
Agents will not be using sarcasm-detecting software they have expressed an interest in buying, the Secret Service said.
The president's new parental leave policy may entice more women to seek STEM jobs in the federal government versus the private sector.
Cyber attacks cost an estimated $400 billion in damages per year, but that number may soon soar thanks to what Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves called “the “little green men-ization of cyberspace."
The so-called high-impact baseline has become a major priority because of recent demand from both the Defense Department and civilian agencies.
After a White House scare, could tougher regulations threaten Amazon's delivery dreams?