New technology could help protect law enforcement officers from COVID-19 by heating cabins of police cruisers up to 133 degrees to kill the virus.
A fog machine is the newest weapon in the fight against the coronavirus. A mixture of water and salt is used to fumigate large spaces and is said to kill 99 percent of all viruses and germs on multiple surfaces.
Lots of companies are installing tracking software on the devices of their employees while they're working from home. They may not even know it's there and they'd be surprised at the data that it's collecting.
Health scanners which look similar to metal detectors can scan for heart rate, respiratory rates and temperature.
UPS and CVS have teamed up to deliver prescriptions by drone. In May, residents in The Villages will be able to utilize the service.
A new website is grading states on how they are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With virtual learning becoming the new normal, families are having to address a way to balance screen time for children.
Customers are finding that next-day shipping is not possible during the COVID-19 pandemic. This may be fortuitous for brick and mortar businesses. Either way, anticipate shipping delays.
Daytona Beach police officers have deployed drones through which they can communicate with people.
Authorities are trying to crack down on hacking into video conferencing. Zoom is one of the largest providers of video conferencing services and has added a "waiting room" feature to filter who can access meetings that are in progress.
An Orlando-area non-profit Limbitless Solutions, which design prosthetic devices for children is shifting its focus to producing face shields.
Between working from home and binge watching, many households are experiencing an internet overload.
A couple who adopted a newborn daughter in Colorado was heading back home to California and had an unforgettable experience on a Southwest Airlines flight.
UCF Biologist invents the first non-pesticide method of killing fire ant colonies.
Most people use drones for fun, but there is concern that they could be used to cause security risks.
Orange County government is now on Alexa. You can ask the device to assist 6,000 questions related to county operations.
#OscarsSoWhite trended on Twitter once again for its lack of representation for women and people of color after the nominees were announced Monday.
Mozilla Firefox users are being urged to update their browser software after the company released security updates addressing a bug, which the Department of Homeland Security says could allow attackers to take control of the user's system.
The Consumer Electronics Show is underway in Las Vegas. CES is the world's gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies.
A UCF professor is developing an alternative to the popular lithium ion battery.