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The companies laid out a plan for legislators to create laws aimed at preventing Internet service providers from violating net neutrality.
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After Consumer Reports calls for a permanent fix to the 4G iPhone, rumors fly about a January release of iPhone 5.
Any deal could form the basis for federal legislation and would likely shape efforts by the FCC to broker an agreement on the contentious issue.
The phone combines a touch screen with the device's signature full-alphabet keyboard and is coming to AT&T stores next week.
With a grant from the federal government, a prototype for solar roadways of the future is nearing completion.
The government cited a potential security threat because encrypted data sent on the devices is moved abroad, where it can't be monitored.
Children will be able to use their beepers to activate nearby security cameras and alert parents and police via mobile phone.
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Many apps secretly pull sensitive data off users' phones and ship them off to third parties without notification.
The magical dream world of 'Inception' was largely solar-powered, thanks to the initiative of Leonardo DiCaprio.
This year Rob Reed's 10 ways to change the world through social media goes geospatial -- plus one for good measure. Check out how mobile GPS is going to change the way we network and do good.
A new app for the iPad is taking the social media world by storm. Will it be the next big thing since sliced twitter?
A new U.S. law requires companies to certify whether their products contain minerals from rebel-controlled mines in Congo and surrounding countries.
The answer, it turns out, is simple: BP didn't want workers to be disturbed by "false alarms."
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.