Coronavirus In Texas: Photographer Emily McCartney Participating In Quarantine Front Porch ProjectTexas photographer Emily McCartney is participating in the Front Porch Project, an effort that has photographers across the country supporting charities by shooting portraits of families at home during the coronavirus quarantine.
Internet Undergoes A Stress Test With Millions, Upon Millions, Working From Home"I think it's very reasonable to be concerned that some of this real-time video chatting and communication that we're relying on could very soon start to experience a certain amount of lag."
North Texas School Begins Virtual Recess For Elementary Students Being Schooled At HomeOne school in Addison has come up with a way for their elementary school students to gather with their peers and have recess -- without breaking social distancing rules.
At-Home Schooling Gets Easier For Arlington Students As District Distributes 12,000+ Digital DevicesThe Arlington ISD is making sure students have access to technology as they get home instruction during the coronavirus pandemic.
As COVID-19 Isolates More People, North Texas Behavioral Health Opens Mental Health Support LineAs parts of North Texas prepares to shelter in place and hundreds of thousands of others self-isolate during the coronavirus pandemic, more people have questions about mental health.
Your Phone Could Be Harboring Coronavirus - Here's How To Clean ItWhile the world has been constantly reminded to wash their hands, the CDC is also advising cleaning "high-touch" surfaces everyday.
Cyber Attack On Fort Worth ISD Should Not Impact Online Learning During CoronavirusMost of the online curriculum the district will be encouraging students to use comes from outside vendors.
Police Searching For Persons Of Interest In Hurst ATM Skimmer TheftsPolice in one North Texas city are looking for two men who they are calling 'persons of interest' in hundreds of credit union ATM debit/credit card skimmer thefts.
Texas Company Axiom Plans First Private Space Station FlightA Texas company announced plans to launch a company-trained commander and three private citizens to the International Space Station as soon as the second half of next year.
The Ones For Justice Checks Out App Touted As 'World's First Robot Lawyer'The DoNotPay app vows to fight parking tickets, recover foreign transaction fees, sue companies and even take on robocallers.
Unsolicited Campaign Texts Blowing Up Your Cell? Here’s How To Stop ThemChances are pretty good you’ve received a number of unsolicited political text messages in recent days, but there’s something you can do about it.
UNT To Offer First Masters Degree In Artificial Intelligence In TexasThe program starts this fall. UNT is already accepting applications for the first class of students.
Enlistment Oath For US Army Recruits In Texas Was Truly Out Of This WorldDozens of young people gathered at Johnson Space Center in Texas gathered to dedicate themselves to service and the soldier administering the oath did it from 250 miles above the Earth.
Rideshare Companies Now Offering Services That Cater To Your Children
Apple To Pay $440 Million After Being Denied Appeal In Patent Lawsuit Out Of TexasThe Supreme Court declined to consider Apple's appeal to avoid paying nearly $440 million to technology licensing company VirnetX for violations of its patents. The lawsuit was filed in the Eastern District of Texas.