Rep. Peter Hoekstra, previously notable for Twittering a secret trip to Iraq, managed to fit a really, really cringeworthy gaffe into Twitter's 140-character limit. That takes skill.
Rep. Peter Hoekstra tweets upon landing in Baghdad with a congressional delegation, and we wonder: is somebody available to revoke his BlackBerry privileges ?
With major conflicts over data retention, Google executive says the company may stop shooting Street View photos in Europe, but a Google rep downplays those concerns.
Peter Glaskowsky's Kindle has some kind of problem with its battery or charger, and Amazon promises to provide a replacement in one business day. Can't beat that.
Commentary: The company's push to gain influence in Washington increases as its Political Action Committee has spent nearly half a million dollars for 2012. You may be surprised by some of the recipients.
GOP leaders hope to force a vote on a controversial rewrite of surveillance laws that would, if it became law, wipe out pending lawsuits against AT&T and others.
The U.S. government has had no success in its international efforts to secure the return of Edward Snowden for prosecution for leaking. It's not even clear what country he's in now.
BlackBerry maker and PlayBook hopeful Research In Motion has recently seen at least five members of its enterprise sales force defect to Apple, a report says.
Documents released nine days ago report al Qaeda's third in command promised nuclear reprisals if bin Laden were killed.
Republicans claim a proposal to add privacy safeguards to wiretapping legislation will put Americans "at risk." This is an example of McCullagh's Law, which predicts when politicians will threaten that not enacting legislation will harm or kill some