Technology and Electronics
The GOP-sponsored bill has spurred opposition from an unusual political alignment -- Democrats, big tech and conservative groups.
The outage affected internet and cloud providers as well as major sites such as Google and Facebook.
"I think when people see the new things that robots can do, it excites them,” Boston Dynamics founder and chairperson Marc Raibert told reporters.
Amazon joined the growing list of companies cracking down on incitement to violence in the wake of the Capitol attack by Trump supporters.
Officials did not say which agencies or infrastructure had been breached or what information taken in a March attack.
Cyber Monday Might Be Over, But There Are Still Deals On Desks, Chairs And Work-From-Home Essentials
There are still Cyber Monday deals live on desks, chairs, keyboards, mice, computer monitors, printers and more essentials for your home office.
Including a Dyson vacuum that leaves others in the dust, a Le Creuset Dutch Oven to simmer down and a Clinique cleansing balm that takes the day off.
There are a lot of Cyber Week deals on iPads, iPhones, AirPods Pro, MacBooks and Apple Watches this year.
Walmart just slashed the prices of Samsung TVs and smartwatches, Bose headphones, Sony earbuds, Acer tablets, and more.
Including the lowest price AirPods Pro have ever been. Get other headphones deals on brands like Beats, Bose and Jabra.
AirPods Pro just dropped to the lowest price they've ever been. Plus, deals on wired and wireless AirPods.
Snag deals up to 60 percent off, including $14 earbuds for the best stocking stuffer ever at Walmart right now.
Shop these deals before they sell out.
Save on MacBooks, Chromebooks, iPads and even printers to make work- and school-from-home easier.
Get headphones deals on everything from wireless earbuds like AirPods to noise-cancelling headphones like Beats.
AirPods with wired and wireless charging cases, as well as the newest AirPods Pro are on sale this Prime Day for the lowest prices we've ever seen.
Millions of students have unequal access to the great equalizer.
The app, owned by Chinese tech giant Tencent, is popular with many Chinese-speaking Americans.
Commerce Dept. said it plans to restrict access on the Chinese-owned social media apps starting Sunday.
Microsoft said its bid for the popular Chinese-owned video app has been rejected by Bytedance, a week before Trump planned to ban it in the U.S.