Analysts said the Verizon deal with T-Mobile is all about the regulators and nudging the FCC to approve its $3.6 billion wireless spectrum buy.
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AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson maintained that the rationale for the deal made sense, but regulator opposition was too much.
The FBI made 14 arrests nationwide after raiding a series of homes across the U.S. in connection a sweep designed to dent the Anonymous hacking group.
The FBI is carrying out raids in an ongoing investigation into hacking group Anonymous, but the challenges with taking out a distributed gang are enormous.
A report by Carnegie Mellon's CyLab finds that identity theft is a growing concern for children. In a scan of 42,000 child IDs, CyLab found that more than 10 percent of kids had someone else using their Social Security number.
IBM and the Indian government have launched an effort to help millions of citizens find work via their mobile devices.
At the RSA 2011 Conference, Deputy Secretary of Defense William Lynn talks about a new pilot program that will make it easier for government and the technology industry to work together in the future.
At a Churchill Club event debating the importance of WikiLeaks in Santa Clara, Peter Thiel, Co-founder of Paypal, talks about the difficulty private companies face when defending public interests.
When it comes to Wikileaks you're a conflicted bunch. Simply put, Wikileaks is a topic that doesn't necessarily yield much consensus.
The FCC is planning to vote on draft rules for an open Internet on Dec. 21. Next up: A wide range of reaction and a framework that won't completely satisfy anyone.