FAA stops Dallas-Fort Worth airport experiment after two planes fly too close to one another.
Officials may try to create its own Silicon Valley-style region to stem the exodus of IT specialists
Virginia brother and sister, likened to snake oil salesman, amassed millions of dollars peddling worthless products on the Net.
After years of legal wrangling, the Australian recording industry and file-trading company Kazaa clash over the legality of peer-to-peer networks.
Sony's new 'Cell' chip, which has long been discussed as the power source for the next-generation home entertainment systems, goes into production next year.
The FCC helped refill the coffers of a fund used to upgrade technology in schools, allowing a backlog of more than 4,000 requests to be completed.
The spending bill Congress pushed through over the weekend includes a provision that will increase the number of foreign high-tech workers that U.S. companies can hire each year. Critics say the measure will make it more difficult for tech workers to find jobs.
The technology specified in a new international standard won't protect travelers from identity thieves, critics say.
Companies say the deal would allow customers to access entertainment and communications content from almost anywhere.
Microsoft and UNESCO will work to increase computer literacy and 'remove barriers to digital inclusion' in poorer countries.