Iconic Photo Source of Pride, Frustration For PhotographerEver since a Star-Telegram photographer took the famous photo of Rougned Odor punching out Jose Bautista, people have been trying to make a quick buck from it.
Court Upholds 'Net Neutrality' Internet Access RulesA federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld the government's 'net neutrality' rules that require internet providers to treat all web traffic equally. The rules treat broadband service like a public utility.
Gogo Shares Sink After Airline Cuts Deal With Rival ViaSatShares of Gogo Inc. fell 16 percent Friday on news that American Airlines picked rival ViaSat Inc. to provide Internet access on about 100 new Boeing jets and might drop Gogo on many jets that use it now.
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.
Frontier: Telecom Takeover Led To Outages In 3 StatesFrontier Communications blamed its takeover of another company for widespread phone, internet and television service outages here in Texas and two other states.
Google Celebrates Sigmund Freud's BirthdayGoogle is celebrating Sigmund Freud's birthday with a special doodle. Instead of a Google logo, visitors to its homepage Friday are seeing an image of Freud's head nestled between a pair of icebergs with a passing ship going by.
Viral Video: The Internet Is Down, What Do You Do?It can be the most devastating news of the day in 2016. The Internet is down. What do you do? What do you do?
Frustrated Frontier Customers Complain After Service SwitchCustomers are still reporting problems after the switch from Verizon Fios to Frontier.
Outages Reported As Verizon Services Move To FrontierFrontier Communications on Friday completed a deal with Verizon to take over the company's wireline operations across Texas, Florida and California. And a lot of people woke up angry on Friday when their services were not working.
Congress Gives Final OK To Local Internet Tax BanCongress voted Thursday to permanently bar state and local governments from taxing access to the internet, as lawmakers leapt at an election-year chance to demonstrate their opposition to imposing levies on online service.
Putting Internet Life Hacks To The TestJohn Green takes a look at the some life hacks that you might see on the internet, and puts them to the test. Which ones pass and which ones are massive fails? Check out the video to find out.
Texas Court Starts Voiding Internet 'Dirty Talk' ConvictionsA Texas court that ruled a law clamping down on Internet dirty talk could deem illegal everything from '50 Shades of Grey' to videos of Miley Cyrus twerking is starting to throw out convictions.