GM and its local joint-venture partner UzAvtosanoat today opened a new state-of-the-art engine plant in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Justice Department plans to use information gathered under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act in prosecution of an accused terrorist.
The group from the U.S. gets a tour of a computer lab at Kim Il Sung University, where students really do get to go online, to a degree.
After telecom giant TeliaSonera allegedly allowed authoritarian governments to snoop on their citizens, Mozilla contemplates whether or not to issue it a new root certificate.
From consumer perception to international availability, Nexius creates a nifty infographic about 4G LTE.
While some are enthusiastic about Siri, she does have character issues that Microsoft might take advantage of. The smugness, for one.
Next week's Dubai summit could lead to more control by national governments, speakers at a Stanford University event say, unless Internet users take action to protect their rights.
Paris-based Reporters Without Borders names five companies as "digital mercenaries" that have decided to sell their surveillance technology to authoritarian regimes.
Reporters Without Borders issues its annual compilation of bad actors--of which there are many--but also notes the positive impact of the Arab Spring.
A new study from the International Telecommunications Union shows that the cost of broadband service has dropped an average of 50 percent in two years but remains unaffordable for many.