Japan considers treating Bitcoin like real money
The nation's financial services agency want to recognize Bitcoin to improve customer protection.
FCC pushes #unlockthebox campaign to fix cable TV
The FCC is trying to fix cable boxes while showing what it learned from the net neutrality battle.
Brazil's biggest city wants to charge fees for Uber rides
Sao Paulo would rather take a cut from Uber's sales than ban it outright.
Over 45,000 drone pilots have registered with the FAA
Americans aren't waiting around to sign up their drones.
Lawsuit demands the right to resell Steam games
A French group says you should have the freedom to pass along your digital games.
Court says ridesharing for flights is illegal
You won't get an Uber for the skies anytime soon.
US officials investigate 'hoverboard' safety
The Consumer Product Safety Commission wants to know if self-balancing scooters are safe.
President signs pro-asteroid mining bill into law
US companies can keep whatever they mine in space.
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.