'Game of Phones' hearing set by senators focused on antitrust, competition and consumer rights. Sprint's Marcelo Claure will highlight 5G, and T-Mobile's John Legere mentioned hearing during Sunday cooking show.
Two staffers for former Gov. Eric Greitens appear to have used Confide last summer to share talking points on one of the governor’s policy priorities. Screenshots of a text message conversation were turned over by the governor’s office last week.
A team from the University of Kansas is in the thick of a competition to come up with personal flying machines. KU's "Mamba" made it through the first round of the Boeing-sponsored competition, which had 160 teams from 33 countries.
Sprint CEO Michel Combes addressed thousands of employees assembled in the Sprint Center on Wednesday and Thursday afternoon sessions. A spokeswoman said nearly all 6,000 headquarters employees attended one of the two events.
A mentally ill Kansas woman was scammed into giving up her Facebook password, then locked out of her account. When a paralegal and her daughter tried to fix it, Facebook's automated reporting system was no help at all.
European regulators' latest swipe at the dominance of U.S. tech giant Google could open new opportunities for rivals in search and web browsers _ that is, if handset manufacturers decide to make the most of the opening.
U.S. Rep. Jacky Rosen has produced a copy of an associate degree she earned in computing and information technology in response to allegations her Republican opponent Dean Heller that she has no computer degree.
Julie Roth, an Overland Park attorney who specializes in medical privacy law compliance, talks about the importance of encrypting patient information when it is transmitted by pager, email or other electronic method.