A North Texas businessman used an app to find his iPhone in a pasture after it fell about 9,300 feet during a flight from Houston.
Verizon Wireless and Sprint Corporation have agreed to pay a combined $68 million to their customers—all because of a class action lawsuit over cramming.
In this age of high-tech gadgetry, crooks are going high-tech too. hackers are doing everything from breaking into keyless cars, to breaking into your phone.
While a 12-year-old student recorded with her cell phone, her teacher delivered a nearly 7-minute profanity-laced lecture.
Sitting behind pictures of loved ones killed in crashes, 15 Texas families tearfully pleaded with lawmakers to support a statewide texting-while-driving ban.
Parents at one DISD school squashed a plan to put a cell phone tower on top of the building. It’s not a novel idea for the district; DISD has 17 active contracts for service providers to install equipment on property.
North Texas parents have yet another reason to limit the time that little ones spend with tech gadgets in their hands — devices containing nickel are being blamed for itchy, uncomfortable rashes, and not necessarily on users’ hands.
T-Mobile says it has a new way to further transform the way people buy mobile phones. It’s offering people the ability to take home the latest iPhone 5S for a seven-day trial.
Two big companies have been hit by cyber attacks and now your information may be up for sale. P.F. Chang’s and Dallas-based AT&T both announced security breaches Friday.
Final Four fans set new highs for data usage during the tournament last weekend, as AT&T added Wi-Fi hotspots and Hot Zones to keep people tweeting and sharing moments.
This week’s Steals & Deals will get you ready for swimsuit season.
Do you use your personal phone for work? Some workers are learning the hard way that Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs often mean your phone could be wiped clean of its memory and contents at the employers discretion.