'A Silicon Valley-based recycling company is looking for a "mysterious lady" who dropped off a rare vintage Apple computer, so it can give her $100,000.=
Wichita Falls city councilors meet on Tuesday, to talk about keeping jobs at a local technology company and the possibility of a new restaurant coming to town.
Apple found defects in a component of its recently released Apple Watch, leading the company to limit the device's availability, The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing sources.
Fain Elementary is taking one man's trash and turning it into a real treasure. The school is hosting a garage sale to create a virtual classroom, so kids can be prepared for an enhanced work environment.
A new survey finds many babies are watching TV and using smartphones before their first birthday.
The first customers to sign up for the new Apple Watch will begin receiving their devices today.
Tech guru PC Mike Wendland takes a look at apps designed to improve your TV viewing experience.
With the growing use of technology, like tablets in America's classrooms, there's been some debate about costs versus the benefit to students.
Set your (soon to be old) watches! Pre-orders for the Apple Watch start this week.
President Obama announces "tech hire" initiative to increase training for technology-centered jobs.
Apple is extending its battery replacement program for the iPhone 5.
Emojis are coming in all skin tones, according to Tech Crunch.
A team of researchers at Utah State University say spider silk may be the material of the future... and they're using goats to help mass-produce it.
Online dating has gone from the computer screen to your smartphone as more and more people try it out. Which apps are most popular?
The Google-owned robotics company released a YouTube video of "Spot," a four-legged robot that can navigate rough terrain and office cubicles alike.
Technology shows up in the strangest places.
A new app will help you and your family have a safe and fun Halloween as well as bring in lots of candy for your kids.
New app helps parents detect jaundice in infants using cell phone photos. Michael Konopasek reports.
Upgrading your cell phone? Tech guru PC Mike Wendland offers tips for cashing in your old one.
Tech guru PC Mike Wendland shares some of his favorite new apps.