The world’s attention wavered between the tragic and the silly in 2012. Whitney Houston and Psy’s “Gangnam Style” were among the “top trending” searches of the year.
A website created by Lt. Regina Smith with the Dallas PD, showing her dressed provocatively and flashing a gun, could put her job in jeopardy, according to an attorney.
Most people have heard about Black Friday and Cyber Monday. But what about #GivingTuesday?
Microsoft is scrapping its instant-messaging program and forcing most users to switch to Skype. Microsoft bought Skype for $8.5 billion last year.
In addition to cutting power to millions and causing massive flooding across New York City, Superstorm Sandy also brought down several high-profile websites.
Internet radio company Pandora is adding more functionality to its mobile apps, as companies intensify efforts to lure mobile advertising dollars.
Having won seven Tour de France titles is no longer part of Lance Armstrong’s Twitter profile.
Millions of customers across North Texas and the nation this week have been faced with slowed response times on many banking sites.
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.
CBS News reported Tuesday that YouTube has been blocked in both Bangladesh and Pakistan, in order to prevent further viewing of the 14-minute trailer for “The Innocence of Muslims.”
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.
A North Texas sheriff’s deputy has lost his job over rants he posted against his boss and two other county employees.