Brian Cooley explains regulations established in 2012 by the state of California that require larger carmakers to design and build a number of zero-emission vehicles.
The Federal Communications Commission is recommending that AT&T's $49 billion bid to buy satellite TV provider DirecTV be approved -- but not without conditions.
Artful prototype bike uses iPhone instead of a gauge cluster.
Project Phoenix director Hiroaki Yura sits down with Zorine Te to discuss the shift in Japan's game industry, and why Konami's troubling culture is unsurprising.
A California judge is expected to decide whether to limit the employee-versus-independent contractor case to three drivers -- or allow in 160,000 drivers.
With looming lawsuits and the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, disabled people ask whether Uber can do more to ensure they're not refused rides from drivers.
The Federal Trade Commission says LifeLock -- which offers consumers monthly plans to guard against identity theft -- violated a 2010 settlement and continues to mislead customers.
The company says that it has since made "significant changes and improvements" to its services to ensure a similar outage doesn't happen again.
A former DEA agent admits to pocketing more than $100,000 worth of bitcoins that he solicited from Ross Ulbricht, founder of the online bazaar for illegal drugs.
The chairman of the Belgian Privacy Commission, William Debeuckelaere, says Facebook's behavior "cannot be tolerated."