The Great Broadband Divide: Living Without High-Speed Internet AccessAs Americans, we count among our blessings that most of us have been able to keep going during this pandemic thanks to broadband Internet. There's only one problem -- tens of millions don't have access.
State Health Services Urges Texans Not To Spread Misinformation About Coronavirus: 'It Can Prolong The Pandemic'The Texas Department of State Health Services urged Texans to avoid sharing misinformation about COVID-19 in a series of tweets Friday.
North Texans Among Americans Who Are Now Working From Their Cars, And Loving ItOne Fort Worth business owner has had some strange visitors at his new mobile office -- deer, antelopes, rattlesnakes and a mother goose and her goslings.
Dallas ISD, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Launch Statewide Effort To Provide Internet To Students Who Lack ItWhile students are continuing to learn from home, state and local leaders are looking to address the lack of internet for hundreds of thousands of students across Texas.
Red Oak's Coby Cavil Becomes 'Internet Sensation' For Football TrickCoby Cavil is set to play football at the University of Louisiana Monroe in the fall.
Coronavirus In Texas: Governor Abbott Says Mitigation Is Working, 30 Texas Patients Testing Hydroxychloroquine TreatmentMitigation efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus in Texas are working, according to Coronavirus Response Coordinator for the White House Coronavirus Task Force, Dr. Debbie Birx.
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."
Internet And Phone Service Providers Offering Free Services During Coronavirus ShutdownWith school shutdown, many students are left without internet access. Many companies have stepped up to help.
Fort Worth ISD May Remain Offline Through Spring Break After Malware AttackOfficials with the Fort Worth ISD are crediting "quick action" by their technology team with protecting student's and teacher's personal information after Tuesday morning's malware attack.
You Can Soon Check Out Mobile Hotspots From Dallas Public LibraryThe new program will provide 900 mobile hotspots at the identified library locations to give residents the opportunity to access online resources for up to 30 days at home.
North Texan Who Used App To Buy Used Computer Ends Up With Stolen OneThe app known as letgo connects people looking to buy and sell used products. But in some cases, there's no way to tell who or what is on the other end of the sale.
North Texas Family Furious After Ring Camera Hacker Terrorizes Their ChildrenThey were shouting profanities, racial slurs and threats at their 9-year-old and 11-year-old children who they said ran out of the house in terror.
Cyber Monday Sales Expected To Hit Record Breaking $9 BillionCyber Monday sales are expected to break a record of more than $9 billion in 2019, according to experts.
Line Your Pockets With Successful Side Hustles This Holiday SeasonLooking to make some extra cash? You’re not alone. A recent survey found more than 40% of Americans have some type of side hustle.
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.