Google and Uber have also both jumped into the race over driverless cars.
Apple and lawmakers in the U.S. have blasted the decision.
The case concerned low-power television stations.
The president will also guest-edit an issue of Wired Magazine.
The regulator tried to help cities that wanted to expand their own broadband service offerings.
The popular messaging platform announced it would share some data with parent company Facebook.
The country says it will fight any decision that indicates otherwise.
Some of the company's drivers were reportedly arrested in the capital city.
Pennsylvania and Georgia say they can manage a secure election on their own.
The feature would reportedly allow users to filter offensive tweets.
The FCC's rules ban firms from owning a newspaper and broadcast station in the same market.
Posts on the accounts declared “Ukraine is no more” and “Country not found” in Russian.
The guidelines are a key step in a years-long process.
The decision "sends exactly the wrong message to job creators," the Speaker said.
The FBI warned states about suspected foreign hackers earlier this month.
The EU determined that Ireland should recover up to $14.5 billion in unpaid taxes.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals argues the FTC Act grants an exception.
Uber said that there has been a 25 percent increase in demand for rides.
He discussed the company's work to connect more people to the internet globally.
The first ever rule permitting small, routine drone flights goes into effect on Monday.
A new rule would allow foreign entrepreneurs to come to the U.S.
Apple, Facebook and Microsoft are among those signing up to tackle gender disparities in pay.
U.K. legislators say tech companies aren't doing enough to suppress terrorist content.
The campaigns bought their first national ads on the platform.