Next week, more people are about to get a chance to buy Google Glass, the internet-connected eyewear that has become the hottest new accessory in geek fashion.
Many experts are suggesting that users change every online password in response to the “Heartbleed” bug, but is that really necessary?
It may sound far-fetched, but scientists are attempting to build a human heart with a 3-D printer. Ultimately, the goal is to create a new heart for a patient with their own cells that could be transplanted.
As Twitter looks to broaden its appeal beyond its 241 million users, the company is introducing a redesign of profile pages that includes bigger photos, more user controls and a distinct resemblance to Facebook.
We’ve all seen the icon of a padlock preceding an “https:” internet URL. A major security bug officially called CVE-2014-0160, but given the name Heartbleed because it can bleed information from websites, has compromised that security.
After Tuesday April 8, 2014, support and security updates for Microsoft Windows XP will no longer be available.
It may look like breaking news about Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 – but following these links could lead you to trouble.
North Texas is hosting more than just the Final Four this weekend. AT&T has launched the “NCAA Final Four North Texas” app to keep you updated on everything happening across the metroplex.
BlackBerry is ending its U.S. licensing deal with T-Mobile, saying the two companies no longer have complementary strategies.
Quizzes have caught on like wildfire on social media, but some experts say taking them may open you up for unwanted attention.
Two juniors at L.D. Bell High School worked together to create a web app that sped up the ticketing process and gave the students a real-time display of available seating.
Microsoft has released an iPad version of its popular Office software, heralding a new era under a CEO who vows to focus more on the devices that people are actually using.