All the news from the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Facebook may have cleared a hurdle in its purchase of WhatsApp, but the FTC will be watching closely to keep the social networks honest.
The agency is asking the court to force Amazon to refund parents for virtual goods their kids bought before passwords were required.
The charges come a month after T-Mobile unveiled a program to offer refunds to customers hit by premium text messages. T-Mobile calls the charges "unfounded."
Microsoft no longer supports XP users, but a host of antivirus products tested by AV-Test can still defend you from viruses.
The rent-to-own computer company settles a complaint that accused it of secretly taking Webcam photos of users in their homes and recording keystrokes of Web site login credentials.
After Apple pays $32.5 million to customers over purchases made by kids using parents' passwords, Google may be next to face the FTC's scrutiny.
Agency awards $50,000 in cash prizes as it turns to the private sector for help eradicating long-running annoyance of the technology era.
The trade agency says the accused sent more than 180 million spam text messages falsely promising free gift cards.
As several states side with auto dealerships and ban direct-to-consumer car sales, three top FTC officials call the laws “protectionist” and “bad policy.”
The federal agency is mulling whether to review how search engines are complying with 2002 guidelines regarding how paid listings in search results are disclosed to consumers, an industry group says.