Mark Udall (D-Colorado), Martin Heinrich (D-New Mexico) and Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) collectively filed an amicus curae brief for a lawsuit filed against the NSA, claiming that its record collection violated the Fourth Amendment.
The revelation that the NSA has kept millions of records on just about everything from just about everyone may be one of the single biggest news stories this year. And now, private companies have started getting serious about locking out big brother.
Samsung has called the whole thing into question based on the testimony from the Patent Office which suggests that the pinch-to-zoom feature Apple has been eager to defend may not even be legitimate.
Street View is one of the less useful products to come out of Google, but it's also home to a fascinating new form of people watching and exploration.
While it may be a few months after the fact, it also seems that the rock, still moving at many times the speed of sound, was captured on a household security camera.
The Windows RT 8.1 offering from Nokia will sell for $400 with a two-year contract at AT&T; $200 if you purchase it with a Lumia 925, 1020 or 1520.
Jeremy Hammond picked up a 10 year prison sentence on Friday for his involvement in hacking the intelligence organization Strategic Forecasting in 2011.
Rosewill, long-known for its line of cooling products, cases, and high-end RAM, announced a new set of peripherals coinciding with BlizzCon.
In a set of documents provided to the San Francisco Chronicle by way of a Freedom of Information request, the construction company working on the barge said that it would feature sails and that the structure is designed "to stand out."
Wall Street's favored child of the year has finally hit some rough terrain. Third-quarter earnings were meek, causing stocks to tumble 20.9 percent on Tuesday in after hours trading.
Skunk Works, the semi-top secret military aircraft development arm of Lockheed Martin, is looking into a follow-up to its infamous SR-71 Blackbird.
Microsoft hasn't had the easiest time of it the past few weeks. Even so, 8.1's early numbers are pretty positive given its two-week run.
Several news organizations in San Francisco are reporting that Google’s barge is actually an invite-only showroom for Google X products.
Huawei and Alcatel-Lucent, two companies that help build the physical backbones of the Internet, each think they have just the idea to pitch big ISPs.