The number of Americans who say that they have had important personal information stolen online is on the rise, according to a new report released on Monday.
Many experts are suggesting that users change every online password in response to the “Heartbleed” bug, but is that really necessary?
The Fort Worth City Council interviewed their final four candidates for city manager Tuesday in a day long, closed door session.
Netflix has reached a deal with Comcast to ensure that its content is streamed smoothly to homes, the first deal the online video service has reached with an internet provider.
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.
The new year has arrived, and tech companies have already been looking ahead toward the next big innovations. Here are some of the tech trends to watch in 2014.
A North Texas man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison over his online sharing of a child pornography video depicting a toddler.
Some parents of students at the Rosie Sorrels School of Education and Social Services in Dallas aren’t happy about a former playmate teaching their kids.
AT&T will challenge Google Fiber by offering Austin residents the same ultra-fast Internet connection that the search giant plans to roll out in 2014.
Yahoo! has refreshed its logo for the first time since shortly after the Internet company’s founding 18 years ago.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants to get all of the world’s 7 billion people online through a partnership with some of the largest mobile technology companies.
On Tuesday evening the Grand Prairie City Council unanimously voted to approve an ordinance banning texting, emailing, surfing the Internet or using social media while behind the wheel – even while sitting still.