To celebrate President's Day, we look back at some of the technology that defined each of the U.S. presidents from the mid-20th Century, where the Tech Revolution began.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a letter to staff that despite a federal judge siding with the company, the case was settled with the FTC to avoid a "long and distracting legal fight."
U.S. President Obama signed an directive that orders senior intelligence and defense staff to determine which foreign targets should be attacked with cyberweapons should the country come under attack.
Steve Jobs' background check with the FBI has just been released under a Freedom of Information Act request. Jobs was being considered by the George H. W. Bush administration for a position in the President's Export Council.
Concerned about privacy? Use an online proxy, or the Tor network? A leaked FBI document suggests that these kinds of people may be considered "suspicious".
Since the release of a website that monitors nearly 20 percent of all public BitTorrent downloaders, even more pro-SOPA figures have been found downloading copyrighted material.
The FCC released a report today heavily criticizing AT&T's proposed acquisition of T-Mobile, calling out the misrepresentation of the truth in its evidence.
The New York Times is suing the federal government in a bid to reveal how the Patriot Act is interpreted and used by law enforcement.