Unlike the Bush administration, the Obama White House appears to be mature enough to handle the idea of an adult-specific .xxx domain name suffix.
The eastern world is exploding with violence flaring, bullets loading and gasoline fast approaching $5 a gallon.
President Barack Obama flew to California yesterday to hobnob with Silicon Valley bigwigs about job creation and education. The president - who was hosted by prominent VC capitalist John Doerr - had dinner with a star-studded tech lineup, including Carol Bartz (Yahoo) and Steve Jobs (Apple).
President Obama's moon shot - a Kennedyesque call to have 1 million plug-in electric vehicles (EVs) on U.S. roads by 2015 - is certainly bold and welcome, but most likely out of reach.
In a State of the Union address packed with nods to cleantech, President Obama's call for the United States to become the first nation with one million electric vehicles on the road - and to do it by 2015 - could easily have been heard and then forgotten.
The US Commerce Department is reportedly preparing to assume authority over a nascent cybsecurity initiative that would create a unique Internet ID for American citizens and residents.
This year was among the most annoying ever because no one had a job, or money, and everyone lost their house to an ugly bank guy with a handlebar mustache and a stovepipe hat. Next year will be worse.
Obama's deputy chief technology officer (CTO) is leaving the White House to oversee the launch of two start-ups.
A federal appeals court has rejected a claim by the Obama administration that it is "never required" to obtain a court order before accessing cell-site information retained by mobile carriers.
A Republican senator is angry at the Obama administration for its allegedly lackluster and tardy response to WikiLeaks.
To nab mobsters, law enforcement has to do business with some pretty unsavory characters. A similar reality might be at play in the U.S. government's pursuit of job-creating clean-energy projects.
The GOP-dominated House may be preparing to crack down on Google's allegedly "inappropriate" ties with the floundering Obama administration.
A government watchdog has accused President Barack Obama of maintaining "unusually close" ties to Google.
Are you satisfied with the results of last week’s Congressional midterm elections? Yes, or no? Well, either way, it doesn’t really matter all that much.
Tea Party spiritual leader Sarah Palin is claiming credit for expelling more than a dozen House Democrats who backed President Obama's controversial health care law.
US Republicans are concerned that President Barack Obama may delete key files and shred important documents which could be requested in future congressional probes.
This week, President Barack Obama took a break from his exhausting schedule of finger wagging and golfing to hobnob with Google execs in Silicon Valley.
The US tech industry is reportedly very unhappy with President Barack Obama and his controversial economic policies.
A recent MTV casting call for an upcoming President Obama town hall meeting is prompting heated allegations of discriminatory profiling and screening.
Washington Post journalist Jonathan Capehart was apparently tricked into writing a political story based on the incessant ramblings of a fake Twitter account.