David Brown likes to use social media to post when he has terminated an employee. He even offers reasons. Unreasonable?
The upstart company continues to expand its over-the-air television and DVR services beyond its New York base, in spite of legal challenges from ticked-off networks.
It can't be too exciting in Dallas' City Hall. Fifty employees have reportedly been reprimanded for spending too much of their valuable time on Facebook.
Students from 14 countries battled it out at the 2010 VEX Robotics Competition World Championship in Dallas. They designed and built their own autonomous and remote-controlled robots from kits.
Telecom giant says it has outgrown San Antonio, and Dallas will give it better access to customers and key technology partners, suppliers, and workers.
Algorithms are slowly sinking their grips into sports. The NHL hockey team says it will offer dynamic ticket pricing this season, with the software developer's help.
Roto-Rooter got a little help from the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders to launch its Pimped Out Powder Room Sweepstakes.
It's one of the biggest games of the year, but odds are, you won't be able to watch it. The NFL wants to compensate by giving fans free access to limited live looks at the game on its Web site.
Two Texas men realize that as their house is burning, they have no way of calling 911. Both go back into the house to retrieve cell phones. Only one comes out alive.
Passengers in Dallas have had them for about two weeks, but a CNET reporter, getting ready to leave Austin after a week at SXSW, was excited to see it's available elsewhere. Where is next?