Some lawmakers want to know why the federal government hasn’t done more to prosecute clinics illegally dispensing prescriptions for pain medication. Leading the charge is North Texas Congressman Michael Burgess, a licensed physician.
Police are now working together to better educate the public on internet robbery schemes. At a joint news conference representatives from the Arlington, Fort Worth and Grand Prairie Police Departments had a warning for anyone putting items up for sale online.
The government doesn’t want the blueprints of it available calling it a case of national security.
Most of us spend significant time everyday on the internet. And whether we like it or not, it’s affecting us — and our brains.
It’s 2013, so we all know how the Internet works, right? Go back to 1995 when the internet was still a new toy and see how people explained exactly what it is.
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.
What would happen if the internet never existed? A computer geek wanted to know, and he found out that it would be a wonderful life. Check out his video here.
An anti-bullying home video made by a Bedford teenager has gone viral, being viewed by nearly 500,000 people. The teen said that he made it after a “bad day at school.”
Have you ever felt something wasn’t right and gone online for a self-diagnosis?
Google is giving more people a chance to pay $1,500 for a pair of the Internet-connected glasses that the company is touting as the next breakthrough in mobile computing.
Southwest Airlines is now selling on-demand movies during flights for $5. The carrier said that it has launched the service on planes equipped with internet access.
Texas Tech has hired a company that can automatically run every athlete’s Facebook posts and tweets through a filter that searches for profanity.