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Facebook's focus on misinformation is leaving an opening for another type of scam.
You can listen to the MP3s you may have at home, but also to the cloud, to podcasts
Ongoing damage to Verizon fiber delays restoration of cell service.
The bad news: Private data was stolen. The good: Fewer accounts were affected.
Whether spy chips reported by Bloomberg existed, attackers had much easier options.
Google wants to match actual energy demand with carbon-free supply.
Echo could analyze your voice to detect a "physical or emotional abnormality.
Apple's relationship with Dialog goes back many years, to the early iPhone days.
Thirty-five states urge FCC to let carriers block "neighbor spoofing" calls.
FCC plans to tilt a spectrum auction toward T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon.
A carbon tax might be one way forward but Exxon's donation won't move the needle.
In a sign of offshore wind to come, Deepwater's contract success is valuable.
Verizon tries to repair reputation after throttling firefighters during wildfire.
Recent solar projects have offered solar energy for less than 3 cents/kWh. Is that right?
Verizon targets cities dominated by cable, citing customer demand for competition.
Company says net negative emissions need to start now to limit global warming.
Displacing jet fuel is a first step toward reducing the carbon footprint of flight.
The change affects 250,000 Amazon employees and more than 100,000 seasonal workers.
LoJax repurposed LoJack anti-theft agent as rootkit that could survive OS re-installs.
Justice Department sues CaliforniaAjit Pai called state rules "illegal.