The agency is reshuffling the ownership frequencies that must meet the demand of data-hungry devices.
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The issue of software being eligible for patent protection is a key software industry issue.
Pinterest's users are 70% female, but its board is 100% male.
As wireless technology increases, small cells are stepping in to alleviate network traffic.
The licensing of 4G in China will likely have an impact on iOS and Android.
The H Block frequencies are the first that the FCC has had for companies to acquire since 2008.
Google Inc has quietly acquired more than a half-dozen companies for a new robotics groups led by Andy Rubin.
The carmaker says it plans to build 100 such vehicles in a pilot project.
Just 10% of electric car charging stations the state promised in legal deal are ready.
Toyota unveils hydrogen car at Tokyo auto show as competition steps up in fuel cells.
The U.S. software company signed a 20-year power purchase agreement for wind energy in Texas.
The company is tying up with a Singapore-based startup to bring its service to feature phones.
A practice known as "native advertising" may be illegal in some instances.
The online TV service is available in 41 countries, and this would be Europe's third largest market.
China's entertainment and media market is expected to grow to $148 billion by 2015.
Involved some 2M machines globally since company stepped up its battle against organized online criminals.
Holders of pre-paid cash cards may have had their personal information accessed by hackers.
The president is still loyal to his BlackBerry.
Pledged to fight any attempt by U.S. intelligence agencies to seize its foreign customers' data.