After a pilot program with Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites, officials are opting to dig Biden-backed fiber to bring the internet to rural families.
State Agencies Ordered to Cut Supplemental Budgets Next Year by 10 Percent Even as Billion Dollar Windfall Looms
A U.S. Supreme Court decision that could mean more revenue comes as officials order spending cuts.
All around the world, people are gathering in public spaces to say "wow" in their best impression of the North Texas native.
The company has since rescinded the oranges, and people with disabilities are disappointed.
Senator Ted Cruz jumped into the Net Neutrality debate with a tweet heard 'round the world yesterday. What does it really mean?
The ones at Cowboys.com, that is. A URL the Dallas Cowboys failed to buy is now a "an online dating community for men who enjoy the same country living lifestyle."
A Pew Research study shows Paul is by far the most well-liked presidential candidate on Twitter.
The controversial marketing and charity campaign caught the attention of the Daily Show host, who said it used “vulnerable members of society as objects.”
Front Steps' Mitchell Gibbs says that the controversial SXSW marketing and charity campaign raised homelessness awareness.
On Tuesday dot-XXX domain names went on sale, prompting major universities, sports teams, and politicians to purchase URLs to protect their public image.
Why I won't plug in, boot up, or log on.
The world’s largest online love line.
Three hot e-commerce stocks.
Internet profiteers target George W. Bush.
An Austin soap opera goes online.
The Austinites who founded the Collegestudent.Com Web site say the idea came to them as brilliant ones often do: over a beer. “We were griping about how hard it was to find housing, especially in the heat,” says Eben Miller, who at the time was a student at the University
Is there such a thing as privacy on the Internet?
In the youth-oriented world of Web page designers, calling someone young is really saying something—but these guys are young. Before any of them is old enough to drink, in fact, the cyberwunderkinder who run two-year-old Zero Factor Interactive (ZFI) have garnered an impressive roster of clients, including Who bassist John
A Fort Worth filmmaker makes history on the Internet.
The drought drives cattle ranchers online.
A Spielberg-backed cyberguide comes to Texas.
Separating the hits from the pits on the World Wide Web: A guide to a hundred of our favorite Texas-related sites.
The surprising sound of the Internet.
The Internet gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “getting wired for Mardi Gras”—there are several helpful sites covering New Orleans’ bacchanalian Carnival, which ends with Fat Tuesday on February 20. One of the most festive and informative is the city’s official page (http://www.neosoft.com/citylink/ mardigr/default.html), which offers traditional music
From chili to chiles, there’s a heaping helping of Texas food on the Internet, including cookoff schedules, mail-order info, recipes, and restaurant reviews. Dig in.