Two members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee are attempting to call the Justice Department to account over the treatment of internet activist Aaron Swartz.
Federal Communications Commission chairman Julius Genachowski is urging the aviation industry to get a move on and start allowing mobile devices to be used during takeoff and landing.
A letter written by Albert Einstein in which he gives his views on religion is to be auctioned on eBay next week.
Google's being accused of doing too little to prevent ads from human traffickers from appearing on its sites.
Well, now we know how former HP chief executive Mark Hurd tries to chat women up - and it's not that different from a spotty teenage boy's tactics. Allegedly.
Congress has been grilling Groupon about its controversial mobile location plans, which include sharing more information with its partners.
As US policymakers debate cutting science spending, more than 140 scientific societies and universities have joined forces to urge US policymakers not to cut out entire programs.
More than 90 law professors have written to Congress, claiming that the proposed Protect IP Act, designed to allow the blocking of domains that promote digital piracy, is unconstitutional.
It's Apple's turn to come under scrutiny from senators for its privacy practices.