Drivers in Keller may soon know where police plan on setting up speed traps.
Friday is the fifth annual National Day of Unplugging, where people are urged to try going for 24 hours without modern-day distractions like smartphones and social media.
A reluctant participant on Twitter for years, Earnhardt burst into the Twitterverse this week with a flourish of revealing tweets that have given fans insight into his life they never knew before.
No waiting, no hassle, and no background checks… If you want to buy a gun you could go to a store and jump through hoops or you just jump online.
Facebook announced on Thursday that its 159 million users in the U.S. now have dozens of options for completing the gender question on their online profiles.
On Feb. 4, 2004, college students were allowed to join a new and revolutionary social media site called Facebook.
A look at the stories trending online for January 20, 2014.
We’ve all heard the “don’t text and drive” message many times. AAA Texas is now warning drivers about another danger behind the wheel, snapping selfies.
Some officers are accusing Dallas Police Chief David Brown of violating the department’s social media policy. The Chief has apologized on Twitter for posting foul language.
Celebrities, businesses and even the U.S. State Department have bought bogus Facebook likes, Twitter followers or YouTube viewers from offshore “click farms,” where workers tap, tap, tap the thumbs up button, view videos or retweet comments to inflate social media numbers.
Social media is becoming a bigger part of fighting crime. But now, authorities in McKinney are investigating one of their own after a photo posted online was called into question.
The social media website Vine exploded in popularity in 2013. The service lets users share short video clips online. Here is a look at some of the best clips posted to Vine in 2013.