Denton Moves To Require Permits For Bike Share CompaniesOne North Texas city is moving forward to require permits for all of the emerging bikeshare companies.
Man Who Used Dating App To Assault, Rob Gay Men Gets PrisonOne of four Texas men accused of using a dating app to assault and rob gay men has been sentenced to 15 years in prison.
DART Approves Hiring 30 Armed Guards At Bus, Rail StationsDART says it is also moving forward with plans to make facility improvements, such as increased lighting and fencing, in the coming months.
Uber Reveals Cover-Up Of Hack Affecting 57M Riders, DriversUber is coming clean about its cover-up of a year-old hacking attack that stole personal information about more than 57 million of the beleaguered ride-hailing service's customers and drivers.
Could A Birth Control App Replace The Pill?Natural Cycles is the first app approved by the European Union as a contraceptive. The product is the brainchild of Elina Berglund and her husband Raoul Scherwitzl.
Uber Tackles Sex Assault Problem By Pledging $5M To Training Ride share app giant Uber is pledging $5 million during the next five years to fund sexual assault prevention groups as well as train its own employees.
Social Media Helping College Teams Start New TraditionsIn an era when it's increasingly difficult to get fans in the stadium, it apparently isn't so hard to get them into new rituals.
35-Second Returns? Walmart Speeds Up Online ReturnsWalmart is making new moves to speed up the return process for online purchases.
Suspect Wanted In iPhone Sale RobberyThe suspect and the victim met through the social media app 5miles for the sale of the phone.
Why You Still Can't Ditch Your Cable BoxNot that long ago, the clunky cable box looked like it was on its way out.
McDonald's Super-Sized Order: Get People Visiting MoreThe company that helped define fast food is making supersized efforts to reverse its fading popularity and catch up to a landscape that has evolved around it.
Azle Improves 911 Response With Free Mobile AppIf you call 911 on your cell phone police may not be able to find you, now one police department in the Metroplex is raising the red flag.