Foreign hackers attacked two state election systems, FBI warns
The FBI is asking officials across the US to check their own databases for suspicious activity, Yahoo News reports.
Illinois politician resigns after fighting social network fakes
Ron Sandack's troubles with Facebook and Twitter led him to question his stay in office.
Senator behind biometric privacy act tries to remove its teeth
Proposed revisions would effectively end Illinois lawsuits against Google, Snapchat and Facebook.
Facebook can't stop lawsuit over its facial recognition software
Automatic photo-tagging might run afoul of an Illinois privacy act.
DraftKings and FanDuel sue to keep operating in Illinois
Both argue they're totally not gambling.
Illinois AG also thinks daily fantasy is gambling
Until new laws are passed, DraftKings and FanDuel could be banned in Chicago.
Motorola's Chicago flagship store is the antithesis of an Apple store
For starters, you get to drop-test the phones by throwing them on the ground.
ComEd wants to put a million smart thermostats in Illinois homes
The idea is to get a million smart thermostats like Nest and Ecobee installed within the next five years.
Illinois police will use drones, won't say 'drones'
The Illinois State Police will be able to use unmanned aircrafts to assess traffic-halting crashes...