Coding Boot Camps Popular Alternative to CollegeCoding boot camps have become a fast growing college alternative for tech savvy students looking to learn how to build software and jump right into the work force.
City Of Dallas Changes To New App For Parking Meter PayStarting today the City of Dallas is changing the way you pay to park. For almost 80 years drivers had to keep a pocket full of coins to "feed" the meter. Now, the mobile pay system, in place since 2013, is changing.
Texas Cab Companies Think Influx Of Calls Result Of Pokemon GoSeems like some North Texans will go to great lengths to find Pokemon. Cab companies across the metroplex say they're getting more and more calls for people requesting taxis for a few hours.
Facebook Rearranging Notification Buttons To Highlight VideoFacebook is rearranging the notification panel on its mobile apps in an effort to widen the audience watching live video on its social network.
Online Apps & Social Media Services Being Used More OftenAccording to a new Pew Research Center survey, we're using a variety of online apps and services more and more.
Officials: New Plano Smart Phone App Will Save LivesImagine being able to double, or possibly triple, the chance of someone surviving a heart attack. Officials say a new app being used in one Collin County city will do just that.
Mobile Apps Still Collect Information On KidsIt's been more than a year since regulators came out with new privacy rules for kids' mobile apps. But many silly software programs still quietly collect data on the youngest consumers.
How To Find Last-Minute Hotel DealsFind out what the best online booking sites are for last-minute hotel deals.
Helping College Freshman Avoid The Biggest 3 MistakesAugust is in full swing and that means school is about to start. As incoming freshman and parents experience new situations, there’s an increased likelihood of making mistakes. Check out the big 3!
Benefit Of Mobile Apps For Toddlers Questioned Can a mobile app really teach a baby to find her nose? Or learn to recognize letters and numbers? Not according to an advocacy group that filed a complaint Wednesday with the Federal Trade Commission.