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A number of projects -- many funded by the government -- are working to connect the "last mile" of the U.S. population.
The country is setting up to be a premier market for the next generations of connected devices.
There are some hurdles to jump before the corporate environment will adopt wearables, but both software and hardware are progressing.
Gartner reports that information security management is maturing on a global level.
Controversy still surrounds tech giants' sustainable and renewable practices.
The U.K. is launching off-road testing of highways that would charge electric vehicles.
Google Street View cars are being used to map city air quality.
Batteries would store solar energy and serve as a back-up system for consumers during blackouts.
Mr. Robot offers more than the stereotypical Hollywood-hacker or socially awkward anarchist with a complex.
Fresh documents from Edward Snowden reveal that the U.S. telco giant worked more closely with the N.S.A. than previously thought.
Governments are increasingly requesting account data and account removal across platforms like Twitter.
Content to include in-game highlights from pre-season through Super Bowl 50.
Software and hardware are flourishing designed to prevent drunk or stoned drivers from operating vehicles.
Android One aims to target the three biggest inhibitors for mobile device adoption.
Ashley Madison data reportedly released on the "dark web," accessible only via encrypted browsers.
The planned modular smartphone's pilot is now delayed.