Consumer advocates have criticized a bill that would allow phones to be unlocked for individual use but not bulk resale.
It's still unclear which Mac will be made in America, but look for spy shots out of Texas, where the computer will be assembled.
Like buying online because it's cheaper than brick-and-mortar stores? A bill that just passed through the Senate may change all that.
Outgoing Chairman Julius Genachowski gives a thumbs up to Tom Wheeler, whom President Obama wants in his seat.
UpdatedThe lowdown on the CISPA 2013 cybersecurity bill - who's for it, who's against and whether it will become law.
Wait, didn't we go through this last year? Another version of CISPA gets House approval, but opposition remains strong.
Signed a petition to stop CISPA? Your efforts may be paying off as one branch of government might squash the bill.
Privacy advocates are saying kiss your internet isolation goodbye with CISPA 2.0, which doesn't include anti-spying amendments.
Currently seeking asylum in London, Assange has reportedly filed papers to run as the WikiLeaks Party's lead candidate in Australia.