Gadgets that you snap or fasten to your body are already being marketed to niche groups. But will 2014 be remembered as the year wearable computing took off?
Chevrolet vehicles are set to be outfitted with 4G cellular capabilities from AT&T. The technology will let drivers use phones without burning through the voice and data limits.
Celebrities, businesses and even the U.S. State Department have bought bogus Facebook likes, Twitter followers or YouTube viewers from offshore “click farms,” where workers tap, tap, tap the thumbs up button, view videos or retweet comments to inflate social media numbers.
Snapchat plans to put out a more secure version of its app following a breach that allowed hackers to collect the names and phone numbers of some 4.6 million users.
Social media is becoming a bigger part of fighting crime. But now, authorities in McKinney are investigating one of their own after a photo posted online was called into question.
Sometimes all it takes are good intentions and a Facebook post to make a big difference. Jared Guynes and Chris Wiman proved that in Dallas on Wednesday afternoon.
The new year has arrived, and tech companies have already been looking ahead toward the next big innovations. Here are some of the tech trends to watch in 2014.
Apple started taking orders for its high-end Mac Pro desktop computer on Thursday. The cylinder-shaped machine is being assembled in Austin, and starts at $2,999.
Microsoft says more than 2 million of its Xbox One consoles have been sold since the system’s launch 18 days ago.
Texas Instruments has narrowed its fourth-quarter outlook. The semiconductor maker on Monday said that it expects to earn between 44 and 48 cents per share.
Temperatures dipped down to 36 degrees in Duncanville on Thursday morning. So, why would a group of people stand outside during this bitter cold? A great deal, of course.
Twitter has given sports fans, for the first time, a way to directly communicate with players on the teams. And, since it can be anonymous, the messages are often personal.