Government dismisses what it called "groundless" accusations that it used malware to intimidate opponents of a mining project in Vietnam.
Autonomous vehicle built by NASA, U.S. Navy, and academic researchers cruises through a three-month demo, drawing power only from variations in sea temperatures.
CNET's Dong Ngo reports from Hanoi on troubles that local users have been facing in accessing the social network. But is the government to blame?
The European Commission sees a role for public investment in boosting high-speed access, but also aims to avoid re-creating the monopolies of yesteryear.
One of the engines of growth for solar energy projects has been a federal tax credit. Now that financial incentive could be in jeopardy.
Pro-tax states and the National Conference of State Legislatures are hoping to persuade Congress to let states impose new fees on Internet and mail-order sales.
AT&T, Verizon, the cable industry, and others team up with state and local governments and a nonprofit group with goal of bringing broadband to 500,000 more homes by 2010.
Under final rules for the controversial program, states would have until 2017 to issue requisite driver's licenses to their residents. Privacy and civil liberties advocates still aren't happy.
New satellite from DigitalGlobe sends supersharp images for military and commercial use.
Because Congress has yet to renew a moratorium on Net access taxes, users could pay more for DSL and cable modem bills.