By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
The stock market continued its climb Wednesday, despite a handful of disappointing economic reports.
Russia is hoping to topple Google as the search engine of choice in Vietnam with its rival "Coc Coc," called "Knock Knock" in English.
The military’s decision to allow smartphones on its networks will open them up to hackers and foreign cyber-spies, despite efforts to reinforce security.
Research In Motion unveiled a lower-cost BlackBerry aimed at consumers in emerging markets on Tuesday and said it will offer its once-popular BlackBerry Messenger service on iPhones and devices running Google's Android software.
Google has in effect declared a state of Palestine. The company on Friday announced it would change the name of all its products that cited Palestinian Territories to simply Palestine.
The Army's chief of staff and a Marine veteran congressman clashed publicly Thursday in a long-simmering dispute over the service's battlefield intelligence processor.
Google has agreed to change how it displays search results in Europe — including a better labeling of its promoted content and displaying links to competitors — to appease concerns it might be abusing its dominant market position, the European Union's antitrust body said Thursday.
Falling energy prices and disappointing earnings reports pushed stock prices sharply lower Wednesday on Wall Street.
The reports of the PC's death may not have been greatly exaggerated after all.
Paul Tesori was looking for the right time to get his wife a special present.
Microsoft is leading a multicompany charge against Google, alleging the company committed antitrust violations and asking that European authorities investigate its mobile smartphone sales and marketing techniques.
Congress's top auditor said Tuesday that the Commerce Department has been charging other government agencies millions of dollars for reports that the other agencies could just as easily have gotten online, for free.
With its new Home on Android gadgets, Facebook aims to put its social network at the center of people's mobile experiences.
Democrats love to squawk about Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, the Supreme Court ruling that allows corporations to donate to political campaigns. They don't have a problem with 92 percent of the $75,000,000 unions gave to Democrats in 2008; nor do they admit that 55 percent of the $2 billion in PAC monies went to Democrats.
In this week's email to Marybeth Hicks, a question comes from parents who don't want their fourth grader to take the school district's sex ed class.