Dallas-Based AT&T, Union Say 20,000 Striking Workers Are Back On The JobThe picket lines are gone. The Communications Workers of America and AT&T say 20,000 workers in the Southeast who went on strike over the weekend are coming back to work.
11 Men Arrested In Tarrant County For Soliciting Minors Online For SexOfficers used personal ads, covert social media and communication platforms to communicate with potential targets looking to have sex with a minor under the age of 17.
'Cesspool Of Hate': Cloudflare Cuts Off Security Service To 8chan Forum After El Paso ShootingA cybersecurity provider has cut off service for an online message board accused of hosting extremist content that's believed to be linked to the alleged gunman in the deadly shooting of 20 people in El Paso.
19 Suspects Arrested After Collin County Child Exploitation Bust 'Operation Athena'Nineteen suspects have been arrested after the Collin County Sheriff's Office conducted an operation that targeted those who utilized the internet to prey on children and traffic child pornography.
Fort Worth Libraries Offering Free WiFi Hotspot Devices For CheckoutAfter a successful pilot program, Fort Worth libraries are expanding an effort that would help those without WIFI access get it for free.
Service Restored After Day-Long Internet Outage Due To Fire At AT&T FacilityAT&T had restored service to all customers late Monday night after an electrical fire at one of its facilities impacted internet service.
Internet Abuzz With Funny Reactions To First Presidential AlertIt didn't take long for the internet to buzz with reaction to the country's first nationwide tweet from President Trump.
Poll: Teens Say Social Media Makes Them Feel BetterToday's teens are constantly on their smartphones, many check social media "constantly" and prefer texting over face-to-face communication.
Twitter Permanently Bans Alex Jones, Infowars Citing AbuseTwitter says Jones won't be able to create new accounts on Twitter or take over any existing ones.
Epic Prank: College Students Create Poster Of Themselves And Hang It In Texas McDonald'sThe pair noticed there wasn't as much diversity as they would like on the walls at the restaurant in Pearland so they decided to create their own poster.
Controversy & Cyberbullying Has Celebrities Quitting Social MediaPete Davidson said, "The internet is an evil place." Michael Rooker said, "Twitter sucks and I want nothing to do with it." It seems that several celebrities are giving up on social media.
Yodeling Kid From Viral Video Announces Debut AlbumMason Ramsey is releasing his first album. The 11-year-old boy skyrocketed to internet fame by singing a Hank Williams classic. It has been seen more than 50 million times on YouTube.
Your Internet Use Could Change As 'Net Neutrality' EndsYour ability to watch and use your favorite apps and services could start to change — though not right away — following the official demise Monday of Obama-era internet protections.
Poll Shows Older Americans Ready For Virtual Doctor AppointmentsThe vast majority of older Americans are ready to give virtual health care a try. Nearly 9 in 10 adults over the age of 40 would be comfortable with telemedicine, a new poll found.
Twitter User Succeeds In Getting Band Weezer To Record "Africa" CoverThe rains down in Africa have been blessed, along with a teenage Twitter user who "jokingly" told the band Weezer to record a cover of the 1982 song "Africa" by Toto.