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Data shows messages tuned to support Trump, discourage opposition.
FCC said texts aren't telecommunications, causing California to ditch fee plan.
Utah customers were booted offline until they acknowledged security software ad.
Emails threaten explosions unless people pay $20,000 in Bitcoin.
Group breaches SMS-protected accounts. It's still testing attacks against 2fa apps.
Verizon's Oath division failing in ad market, and it could get even worse.
Author of proposal for regulating ICOs thinks one could help secure border.
FCC filing: T-Mobile claimed to cover areas where it hadn't installed 4G cells.
Amazon aims to sink itself deeper into enterprises with new tools.
In letter to customers, company declares no evidence supporting Bloomberg report.
Comcast offered to wire up Charlemont, Mass. for $462,000town said, "no.
Veteran VPN provider IVPN launches in-app WireGuard support.
Goof let developers see names, email addresses, and more, even when set to be nonpublic.
Douglas Engelbart changed computer history forever on December 9, 1968.
Despite promises of "soon," the infrastructure to support the driverless future isn't there yet.
AI and machine learning can turn "Smart" cities' mountain of data into lifesaving insights.
Device-draining downloader used for ad fraud could have recovered other malicious files.
One employee is in critical condition.
Experience gleaned from EO-1 satellite will help JPL build science smarts into next rover.
USTelecom claims the 2018 net neutrality repeal boosted investment in 2017.