Million-Dollar Teachers: Cashing In By Selling Their LessonsTeachers selling their lesson plans online has become a booming business, driven by higher standards and other teachers willing to pay out of their own pockets for classroom-tested material.
Amazon Picks Off NFL Thursday Night From TwitterAmazon will stream NFL Thursday Night games this season, replacing Twitter.
Google Unleashes Ms. Pac-Man On MapsIf you are scrolling around on Google maps today and need a little video game break - you can unleash Ms. Pac-Man on the streets of your city.
Senate Votes To Undo Privacy Rules That Protect User DataThe Republican-led Senate has voted to undo Obama-era regulations that would have forced internet service providers like Comcast and Verizon to ask customers' permission before they could use or sell much of their personal information.
Internet Problems: Amazon Web Servers Are DownAmazon, the nation's largest cloud computing company is currently reporting "high error rates" in one region of its S3 web services.
NFL Concussion Hearing Wednesday To Be Aired Live OnlineA federal judge in Philadelphia will live-stream a hearing Wednesday in the NFL concussion case so retired players can learn what's ahead as the estimated $1 billion settlement rolls out this year.
After Mom Killed, Police Again Warn Online Buyers & SellersAfter an Arlington mother is targeted, followed and killed while trying to raise money for Christmas, police are again urging people who buy and sell items online to protect themselves.
36 Arrested In Suburban Houston Online Sex Sting OperationProsecutors say the suspects used the internet to contact who they believed were children and arranged to meet them. When the suspects showed up, they were arrested.
Student Arrested After Online Threat Made Against Keller ISD School A boy is under arrest for allegedly making terroristic threats against his high school.
Congress Backs Bill On Customer Rights For Online ReviewCongress is sending President Barack Obama legislation to ensure that customers who want to post negative reviews on websites like Yelp or TripAdvisor can do so without legal repercussions.
Grubhub CEO Backtracks After Asking Trump Supporters To QuitThe co-founder of food delivery service Grubhub sent an email to all his employees suggesting that supporters of President-elect Donald Trump should resign, then issued a statement saying he welcomes all employees.
Former Fort Worth Drama Teacher Pleads Guilty To Child Porn ChargeA 24-year-old man who taught at Southwest High School in Fort Worth pleaded guilty to one count of production of child pornography Wednesday morning.
Amazon Launches For-Pay Streaming Music ServiceAmazon is launching a paid streaming music service, the latest entry in an increasingly crowded field.
Wal-Mart Plans To Slow New Store Openings, Invest In OnlineWal-Mart Stores Inc. is planning to slow new store openings as it looks to pour more money into its online efforts, technology and store remodels.
Hulu Dropping Free Video, Prepares Cable TV AlternativeHulu is dropping the free TV episodes that it was initially known for as it works on an online television service to rival cable TV.