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New App To Help Save Texas Commuters CashA new app set to go live later this month promises to make it easier to access discounts. It's called, GoCarma.
Area Animal Shelters Using Facial Recognition Technology To Reunite Pets And FamiliesIt’s a free app called, Finding Rover, and it used facial recognition technology to identify a missing dog or cat.
Uber Rolling Out New 'Verify Your Ride' Safety Feature Nationwide This WeekRiders in Fort Worth's Sundance Square Tuesday night told CBS 11, they appreciate anything that adds extra protection and security.
Cyber Security Warning: Careful With Your Boarding PassPeople who post pictures of their boarding pass online, or leave it behind, could create trouble due to the amount of information accessible via the barcodes.
Forney 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. 
Uber Passengers In Dallas, 6 Other US Cities Get To Test New Safety Feature 'Verify My Ride'The ride share company believes a personal identification number will make passengers feel safer when getting in the backseat.
Convenience Of Telemedicine Comes With Some Privacy RisksTelemedicine is booming. But as the practice grows in popularity, so do the chances of getting duped.
Convenience Of Telemedicine Comes With Privacy Risks, The Ones For Justice FindsTelemedicine is booming. But as the practice grows in popularity, so do the chances of getting duped.
Technology Developed In North Texas To Help Police Bust Drivers High On MarijuanaThe device developed at UT Dallas works similar to a breathalyzer, but uses a person’s saliva.
'Angel Eyes' Program Helps Families Stay Connected To Fragile NewbornsRobbie Owens reports on what Methodist Mansfield is doing for new moms, their babies and their families.
Video Game Tech Helping Doctors Understand Diseased Organs Before SurgeryUsing virtual reality software, often used by gamers, Dr. Tandon created an 3D image of Rowan Sanders' heart.
Teen Poll Workers Help Keep Things Running Smoothly In DallasWho better to help than tech-savvy teens?!
New Tech Could Save Multiple Bank Accounts From Skimming DevicesUNT's Cyber Forensics Lab Director Dr. Scott Belshaw has been working with Denton police and discovered one major obstacle to root out skimmers.
Fort Worth's Moss Elementary Gets High-Tech MakeoverThe school got the tech lab makeover to help students learn and grew. The makeover includes new decor, Crhomebooks and a 3D printer.
Are Cell Phones, Computers Creating Generation Addicted To Porn?States which have deemed pornography a public health crisis through legislative action, may now provide money and resources to raise awareness about the impact of porn addiction.
Uber Says It's Preparing To Bring Self-Driving Rides To DallasStarting in November, Uber will have a specifically-trained vehicle operator collecting data to develop high definition maps for a self-driving system.
American Airlines Using Facial Recognition Technology With PassengersThe facial scans replace the use of a boarding pass at the gate.
Teen's Suicide Changed How Texas Schools Handle Bullying: 'We Need To Be Able To Measure The Impact'Texas schools are now required to track every single bullying incident that is reported.
DFW Schools Receive More Than 8,400 Reports Through Anonymous Bullying Reporting AppTexas schools are now required to track every single bullying incident that is reported.
Dallas ISD Trying To Help Create A Tech-Ready WorkforceCBS 11's Robbie Owens reports from Pinkston High School in West Dallas.
Computers In Wilmer Paralyzed By CyberattackA small North Texas city is among nearly two dozen across the state that have been paralyzed by a major cyber attack. In Wilmer, municipal computers are being held for ransom -- most likely from hackers in Russia or China.
FBI Warns School Apps Could Be Jeopardizing Student PrivacyStudents could be putting their personal information at risk by simply participating at school.
School Apps Could Be Jeopardizing Student PrivacyThird-party companies are likely collecting information on your child through the apps and programs they use in the classroom.

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