How To Spot A Fake Shopping AppThere are hundreds of fake apps floating around in app stores ahead of the holidays.
Dallas-Based Journalist, 'Anonymous Hacktivist' Released From Federal PrisonDallas-born investigative journalist Barrett Brown was released from federal prison, earlier than initially scheduled.
Former Fort Worth Drama Teacher Pleads Guilty To Child Porn ChargeA 24-year-old man who taught at Southwest High School in Fort Worth pleaded guilty to one count of production of child pornography Wednesday morning.
Self-Driving Car Crash Raises Questions About SafetyA Dallas man says his car drove him straight into a guardrail at 80-miles-an-hour.
Amazon Cancels Subscription Due To Frequent ReturnsAmazon is king when it comes to online shopping, but depending on how shop, you could get exiled from the kingdom.
Hospital Pays Thousands To End Attack Known As 'Ransomware'A large American hospital chose to pay hackers who were holding its computer network hostage, a move its CEO said was in its best interest and the most efficient way to end the problem.
Former Police Officer Gets 20 Years In Texas Child Porn CaseA former police officer must serve 20 years in federal prison in a Texas child pornography case. Erik Miltonhall, a former law enforcement officer in Missouri, was sentenced in Fort Worth.
Review: Microsoft Surface Pro Finally Has Laptop FeelWith the new Surface Pro 4, typing on a Microsoft tablet finally feels like typing on a regular laptop.
Can't Remember Your Password? Here Are 2 New Ways To Log InTired of trying to remember a different password for each of your online accounts? Or worried about re-using the same password too many times? You're not alone.
Cowboys DeMarco Gives iMacs To O-LinemenWhen the Dallas Cowboys starting five offensive linemen exited their meeting room at Valley Ranch on Wednesday, they found their locker stalls stuffed with a gift - courtesy of DeMarco Murray.
Hewlett-Packard Recalls 6M Laptop Power Cords Hewlett-Packard announced a voluntary worldwide recall of more than 6 million of its power cords because of overheating and potential "fire and burn hazard."
Teenagers React To 1990s InternetKids today seem to think that the internet and their computers have been around forever. Time to take them back in time to an era when the internet was still brand new.