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Summer Camps Teach Kids How To Create Apps

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.”


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Intense Push To Grab New Web Domains

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.


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Wealthy University Park Woman Faces Child Porn Charges

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.



Analyst Predicts Facebook Will Disappear Soon

Will social networking giant Facebook suffer the same fate as MySpace in a few years? One analyst gives the company five to eight more years before they just disappear.



Click & Comment: Facebook Profiles For Kids

Social networking giant Facebook is reportedly considering a plan that would allow children under 13 years of age to have their own online Facebook profile pages. What do you think?


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Texas A&M Launches Accountability Website

Texas A&M University has launched a website that offers such data as graduation rates, faculty workloads, demographics and student debt — already public information, now in one place.



Study Links Facebook Use To Low Self-Esteem

A study analyzing Facebook usage and status updates found that those who spend more time on the social networking site have lower self-esteem.


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600,000 Macs Infected With Flashback Trojan

More than half a million Macs are infected with the Flashback Trojan, a malware package designed to steal personal information.


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Mulkey Bothered By Griner Insults Found Online

Baylor Lady Bears coach Kim Mulkey said that she is disgusted by taunting and insults directed at star player Brittney Griner on social media.


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Heavy Demand Expected As iPad Goes On Sale Friday

Let the wild rumpus start. The customary storefront crowds are expected to gather as Apple’s latest iPad goes on sale Friday.


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Some Texas Homeless Work As ‘Hotspots’ At SXSW

About a dozen homeless people in Texas have earned money serving as Internet “hotspots” during a music, film and interactive festival.


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Tech Devices May Cause ‘Computer Vision Syndrome’

Apple set the tech world abuzz by announcing their new iPad tablet device, but not everyone’s going gaga, especially eye doctors.