Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman will likely be in the film. What other famed DC heroes may join in on the fun?
US Attorney General Eric Holder says his office is working to find the perpetrators, as well as anyone using the stolen data.
Masayoshi Son, head of Sprint parent SoftBank, and Sprint CEO Dan Hesse are attempting to smooth the way toward a merger, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The computer maker says in an SEC filing that it has been cooperating with investigation since June.
Batman's Tumbler is a little less intimidating in golf cart form, but you can buy it anyway.
A recent court filing by the Justice Department redacts Google's name in all instances but one, finally making official what had been an open secret.
The youngest justice, Elena Kagan, admits that her fellow large minds haven't got around to e-mailing yet. Retrograde? Or wily?
Tim Lake happens to have a video surveillance system at his house. So when he saw a woman allegedly steal an Amazon package, he created a campaign to shame her.
Warner Bros. is trying to keep "Batman v Superman" secretive, but that didn't stop a New Mexico TV station from catching aerial views of an intriguing set under construction.
Microsoft, Google, and Facebook are asking the Obama administration for permission to clear their names by disclosing surveillance details. The Justice Department has not yet responded.