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Investigation of fake net neutrality foes has been stymied by the FCC, New York attorney general says

Hundreds of thousands of comments left on the FCC's website about net neutrality may be fake, according to New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.

How two decisions in Washington could turn AT&T into a uniquely powerful company

The Justice Department and Federal Communications Commission delivered two significant decisions that impact AT&T's future. Did the company just get two wins in a single week?

No place like a home

Technology companies have been saying for years now that it's the era of the smart home. But there have been a few barriers that kept all but the most tech-savvy and patient among us from signing on....

The FCC moved to undo net neutrality. So what's next?

The Federal Communications Commission voted May 18 to begin undoing Obama-era Internet regulations that disallowed Internet providers from favoring or blocking websites. Here's what's next for the commission and your Internet.

Which tech gifts should you buy this holiday season?

The Post's Hayley Tsukayama researched the best tech products to buy for the 2017 holiday season. Buy these gifts if you're worried about your personal data, or if you are a workaholic, gamer, early adopter or bargain-hunter.

For $200,000, Tesla will sell you the 'world's fastest' consumer car

Tesla unveils the second-generation Roadster.

What would it take for you to hug a robot?

The Post's Geoffrey A. Fowler reviews Jibo, a talking, swiveling smart speaker with a face, and Kuri, a roaming picture-taking robot. See what might be the next steps toward human acceptance of robots.

Tesla unveils new electric semi-truck

Tesla chief executive Elon Musk unveiled a new electric semi-truck that can apparently withstand a nuclear explosion and go from 0 to 60 mph in five seconds.

DOJ antitrust chief's speech raises questions about fate of proposed AT&T-Time Warner merger

Makan Delrahim, head of the Department of Justice's antitrust division, spoke critically of past attempts to impose behavioral remedies' on companies in the midst of mergers.

Gifts for the workaholic in your life

A few suggestions that should please those who work like their lives depend on it.

I tried out Google's translating headphones. Here's what I found.

Google's Pixel Buds won't put translators out of business, but they're better than a phrase book.

Google Docs is back after a major outage

Some Google Docs users in North America were unable to access their documents during the service disruption on Nov. 15.

How to behave in a rideshare

A Texas assistant district attorney was fired after a drunken tirade in which she threatened an Uber driver.

Best tech gifts under $100

Here are some suggestions for smaller tech gifts that can still make a big impact.

TV stations are about to track you and sell targeted ads, just like Google and Facebook

How TV stations could soon begin to track you and use your viewing data.

Watch former NSA technologists hack security cameras

Research released by Refirm, a Maryland-based start-up staffed by former National Security Agency technologists, suggests TrendNet security cameras are vulnerable to hackers.

After Russian meddling, Google and Facebook shift their stance on a crucial issue for voters

The same Internet platforms that were manipulated by Russian operatives are now supporting efforts to bolster transparency into their businesses.

The very first 'digital pill' containing a sensor is coming soon

The Food and Drug Administration has approved production of a pill containing a sensor that will let doctors know when a patient takes the drug.

Missouri launches investigation into Google's handling of consumer data

The move comes after a European investigation into aspects of Google's business.

Living smarter with tech: How to be a better you

How can we use technology without it taking over our lives? See expert advice on how to be a smarter you with technology.

NASA's new autonomous space shuttle just had a successful test flight

Sierra Nevada Corp.'s Dream Chaser hopes to fly cargo to the International Space Station by 2020.

Here's why AT&T and the Justice Department are at odds over Time Warner

AT&T's tensions with the Justice Department over CNN, explained.