The CIA thought live-tweeting the bin Laden raid was a good idea
Just because you can tweet as it happened doesn't mean you should.
US surveillance court didn't reject a single spy order last year
The FBI and NSA still don't have any trouble getting permission to intercept calls and messages.
Wireless carriers will adopt a new real-time text protocol by December 2017
RTT will help people with disabilities send more immediate messages.
Facebook: 60 percent of government requests come with gag order
The overall number of government data requests have also increased.
SpaceX wins its first military launch contract
After fighting for a chance to bid for Air Force launches, SpaceX will carry the next GPS satellite into orbit.
FTC widens its probe into Android's antitrust concerns
It's talking to companies to get an understanding of whether Google is abusing its mobile lead.
Paris police want drones to watch over crowds
They're asking for hexacopters to spot terrorists from above.
ICYMI: Bullet-stopping foam, all-terrain military car and more
The badass military vehicle your special ops friend would love to have.