ICYMI: Smartest lights yet, robots on the farm and more
It's about time our lightbulbs got to work.
FCC hires a privacy guru to help lead its telecom investigations
The FCC has hired Jonathan Mayer to help crack down on telecoms that violate your privacy and security.
WSJ: China's government wants homegrown, backdoor-free phones
Here's the downside: no WiFi, no GPS and no Bluetooth
Tim Cook warns UK government against weakening encryption
"If you halt or weaken encryption, the people that you hurt are not the folks that want to do bad things. It's the good people. The other people know where to go."
UK Investigatory Powers Bill: what you need to know
The UK government wants to strengthen its surveillance powers.
TalkTalk hack: MPs launch inquiry after police make fourth arrest
Did TalkTalk do enough? The UK's Culture, Media and Sport Committee is putting the company under the microscope.
Anonymous says it's outing 1,000 prominent KKK members (updated)
Anonymous activists have started naming 1,000 prominent people they say are Ku Klux Klan members.
The politics of nuclear technology, from Hiroshima to Iran
Iran's nuclear program is a big deal now, even though the relevant technology has existed for decades.
New York's Attorney General probing state broadband speeds
Are your broadband speeds slower than the tier you pay for? New York's got your back.