Apple and Google have both expressed serious interest in competing in the auto industry. As the Geneva Motor Show kicks off this week, top manufacturers weigh in on how bad (or good) this could be for them.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack suggests that instead of companies labeling food for genetically modified organisms, consumers could use their smart phones to scan bar code to determine if the products contain GMOs.
The FCC's net neutrality rules, voted in yesterday, will probably be challenged in court by a broadband provider or trade group. But FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is confident that the net neutrality rules will stand up to legal scrutiny.
Google is planning to offer wireless service in the US, executive Sundar Pichai announced at the 2015 Mobile World Congress. Google's wireless service won't go head-to-head with AT&T or Verizon, but it will allow the company to experiment with new features and technologies.
The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to enforce net neutrality rules, requiring broadband providers to treat all data on their networks equally. The net neutrality rules will ban Internet 'fast lanes' and 'slow lanes,' as well as the throttling of Internet traffic.
Police are investigating sightings of several drones above the French capital over the past two nights. While their appearance is puzzling – and concerning for security reasons – such craft could become a regular sight in Europe's future.
The Federal Communications Commission is expected to vote on Thursday morning to reclassify broadband Internet providers as "common carriers." That would give the FCC the authority to enforce "net neutrality" principles by requiring those providers to treat Internet traffic equally.