New York could open its roads to autonomous car tests in 2018
Assuming the state budget passes.
Police make first arrest in Facebook Live sexual assault case
The victim has also been subject to online bullying.
German law urges parents to rat out kids' illegal downloads
If they don't, they're stuck with the fine.
Airspace rights still unclear after drone lawsuit dismissed
Where you can safely fly a drone, or shoot one down, is still a gray area.
Email scheme stole $100 million from two US tech companies
Even the most internet-savvy companies aren't immune to scams.
iCloud led authorities to journalist's Twitter attacker
The accused sent a journalist a strobing image which allegedly triggered an epileptic seizure.
California plans to allow human-less self-driving car tests
It wants to eliminate the need for steering wheels and pedals, as well.
Airbnb might soon be legal in Japan
But the new status will come with strict rules.
Nintendo wins a key case against a 3DS modchip seller
Go Cyber Shopping has to pay up for helping gamers play pirated material.