In "Exploding the Phone," Phil Lapsley writes an entertaining and educational history of the people who hacked the original phone networks. Lapsley talked to CNET about his book.
Samsung is chipping in some engineering know-how toward Mozilla's pursuit of a new programming language that it hopes will be a holy grail of code.
Researchers at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference in San Francisco demonstrate a prototype implantable eye pressure monitor and a tiny new radio.
How the green-tech initiatives outlined in the federal stimulus bill are implemented is as important as their passage. Here are the recommendations of a Dell executive.
A few weeks ago, I brought you news that Indiana's Governor had signed into law HB 1197, a data breach and encryption bill that I worked on. What I have not revealed, up until now, is the coercion and arm-twisting that accompanied the passage of this bill
Lobbyists: 1. Consumers: 0. In a not-so-surprising move, AT&T, Microsoft and others manage to disembowel a pro-consumer data-breach bill in Indiana.
After months of partisan deadlock, the Federal Communications Commission approves the merger valued at roughly $86 billion.
Telephone carrier agrees to stiffer conditions on its acquisition of BellSouth to try to win approval from the FCC.
Democrats and others question the FCC chief's request to allow an official with a conflict of interest to break an expected tie vote.
While quiet on merger and Net neutrality, he says government intervention in market failures must be "narrowly tailored and sunsetted."