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.
Google is investing $200 million in a Texas wind farm, the internet search leader’s latest big bet on the future alternative energy.
In the wake of a federal court ruling that tentatively endorsed its legality, Aereo will soon bring its inexpensive live television online service to Dallas and 21 other U.S. cities.
CBS announced Thursday that viewers will be able to choose the ending of an upcoming episode of the drama “Hawaii Five-0″ as the show airs live.
Twitter, the micro-blogging service, may be heading toward an initial public offering, if recent reports are true that the company is valued at $11 billion.
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.