A 19-year-old University of Texas student has been charged with a felony after he was accused of hacking into the UT computer system and shutting it down temporarily during student registration.
Internet addicts may have incentive to book a flight on JetBlue Airways in 2013. The airline is planning to offer free in-flight Wi-Fi, but could not say how long the roll out would take.
Microsoft sent out a “save the date” to members of the press on Monday for an event planned for October 25 in New York City. “You’re invited to celebrate Windows 8,” in the invite reads.
Toys R Us plans to launch its own tablet computer aimed at children called Tabeo on October 21, a low-priced entry into the increasingly crowded tablet business.
A student at Weatherford High School was pulled from class on Friday after allegedly posting threatening words on his or her personal and public Facebook page.
Dell is buying Quest Software for about $2.36 billion, ending recent speculation about who the unnamed bidder was in a battle for the company with investment firm Insight Venture Partners.
When Orbitz learned users of Apple products spend as much as 30-percent more than their Windows-using counterparts on hotels, the site began offering up pricier options first to those surfing from a Mac.
Social media websites like Twitter have exploded in popularity. But your online footprint becomes part of your identity and — good or bad — it can follow you around forever.
Twitter users were unable to access the micro-blogging service for about an hour on Thursday. Twitter said on its status blog that its engineers were investigating the issue.
From Angry Birds to CBSDFW.COM there are all kinds of apps out there for your phone or tablet — and soon there could be many more options. CBS 11 News went to a summer camp that, among other things, is teaching kids to create “an app for that.”
The internet is about to change in a big way, because nearly all of the most useful addresses have been taken. Now, more than 1,000 potential new domain names could be introduced.
A wealthy North Texas woman married to an attorney has been charged with collecting and trading child pornography online in what experts say is a rare case of a woman being caught up in such activity.