Retailers Step Up Personalization On Their WebsitesOnline retailers are trying to build stronger connections with shoppers used to the customization of Amazon.
Supreme Court Hearing Case About Online Sales Tax CollectionThe Supreme Court is hearing arguments about whether a rule it announced decades ago in a case involving a catalog retailer should still apply in the age of the internet.
Apple Adds More 'Texture' To Its Services With Magazine DealApple has bought digital magazine distributor Texture to extend its subscription services beyond music and online storage.
Dallas, Austin Still On Amazon's List For New HeadquartersAmazon has narrowed it's list of cities for its second headquarters to 20, including Dallas and Austin.
Yelp Accused Of Hiding Positive Reviews For Non-AdvertiserBob Sinnott of Toasted Coffee + Kitchen in Lower Greenville said after months of non-stop phone calls from Yelp, he claims his favorable rating dropped after he finally told the company he would not pay for advertising.
Supreme Court To Make Legal Filings Available OnlineThe Supreme Court is making new legal filings available online starting Monday, years behind the rest of the federal court system.
Facebook Security Boss: Corporate Network Run Like "A College Campus"Facebook's security chief has told employees that the social media giant needs to improve its internal security practices to be more akin to a defense contractor.
35-Second Returns? Walmart Speeds Up Online ReturnsWalmart is making new moves to speed up the return process for online purchases.
Facebook May Be Facing An 'Era Of Accountability' Problems keep piling up for Facebook, and it's unclear how long the internet giant will be able to brush them aside.
Freeze Fees Infuriate Victims Of Equifax HackThe fallout continues after the huge Equifax data-breach affecting more than 143 million Americans.
Man Arrested After Bringing Alcohol And Condoms To Meet KidA 43-year-old man from Richardson was found guilty of child enticement charges in the Eastern District of Texas.
Authorities Warn Virtual Kidnapping Scams Are On The RiseLast week, a Texas woman became the first person in the nation to be indicted in connection with a virtual kidnapping scheme.