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After shutting down Marriott's attempt to block personal hotspot use, the FCC says it's looking into more violations elsewhere.
California ditches a newly instated policy that required rideshare drivers to register their cars as commercial vehicles.
The purpose is to counter Chinese concerns about outside government surveillance.
As many others cut back, a new breed of tech company doubled down on influencing Washington.
Monster claims it was fraudulently eased out from a development deal with Beats ahead of Apple's acquisition.
Yet, it's unclear whether the agency will reclassify broadband as a regulated utility
The state will offer a free driver's license app in 2015, though it may face some hurdles in fully replacing a physical document.
Plaintiffs complain that Apple married iTunes music with iPod players, and they want $350 million in damages.
Attorney General George Jepsen is particularly concerned about the protection of health information collected by the new wearable device
Apple will appeal an order from this week that denied the ban
Apple failed to show that it suffered enough harm as a result of Samsung's infringement
The President has signed a bill into law that will let you take your device to whatever carrier you'd rather be with.
Apple maintained that its parental controls 'go far beyond the features of others in the industry.'
Right now, lobbying money is pouring into both sides of the net neutrality debate. But if the Republicans take Congress in the mid-term elections, that party's push to block regulation will likely prevail.