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No smartphone, no iPad, no TV, no problem! A TCU student is digitally detoxing for the next seven days.
Google wants to offer ultra-fast Internet service in 34 more cities scattered across eight states, including Texas, in the company’s boldest challenge to cable and telecommunications providers.
An unsuspecting gift came the day after Christmas for some lucky travelers booking flights on Delta Air Lines.
Hackers at the University of Texas at Austin are shedding some light on the vulnerability of technology many people depend on in today’s world – the Global Positioning System (GPS).
An original Apple computer from 1976 has sold at auction for nearly $388,000. Known as the Apple 1, it was one of the first Apple computers ever built.
Michael Dell is urging shareholders of the Round Rock-based computer company he founded to vote in favor of his offer to take it private.
Anyone who does banking online could face some frustration on Tuesday. Hackers are reportedly planning to target various banking institutions and websites, forcing customers offline.
American Airlines resumed most flights Wednesday, a day after a massive technology failure forced the nation’s third-largest carrier to ground all planes from coast to coast.
Google on Tuesday named Austin as the second city where the search giant will offer its ultra-fast internet service. Kansas City was the first area to receive Google Fiber.
Imagine logging on to your computer and finding that all of your files are frozen. A screen then pops up demanding that you pay somebody to unlock your computer.
In the wake of a federal court ruling that tentatively endorsed its legality, Aereo will soon bring its inexpensive live television online service to Dallas and 21 other U.S. cities.