Legal obstacles have stimulated a delay on the auctioning off of spectrum for mobile use in the U.S.
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The social network start-up has drawn much funding given its promised ad-free premise.
The company has asked permission to test high-speeds using wireless spectrum in California.
The company is trying to curb the usage of piracy websites for music and video downloads.
$80 million of the $105 million payout will go towards reimbursing customers for charges they never incurred.
Domain names including .nyc have become available for sale.
California has issued a permit to Audi to test self-driving cars on public roads.
The company has installed its next solar-powered internet school in the country.
As the smart home market builds out, where will utility suppliers come in?
The city of Chicago is looking at ways to make its urban development more efficient through using big data.
The BBC has stated that it will publish a list of removed links as it feels it should be consulted before Google takes down certain content from its search engine.
Facing pressure from an activist investor, the tech firm expects to make announcement on turnaround plan.
Apple hit complaints that the handset traps users' hair or beards when they make calls.
Protests in Hong Kong are sparking more social media blockages in mainland China.
The Chinese government has been accused of hacking into Apple's iCloud servers.
Office supply firm becomes latest U.S. retailer to become a possible victim of a cyberattack.
The app's model is based on total anonymity, and it has denied allegations of tracking.
Analysts say Apple may struggle to arouse the same passion for its tablets as in past years.