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.
Starbucks said that it has reached a deal with Google, allowing the coffee shop locations to offer their customers dramatically faster Wi-Fi service. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Beginning this fall, victims of online harassment in Texas will have more protections under the law. State lawmakers passed the that allows police to prosecute suspects in the county where the victim lives.
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.”