Lawmakers in Washington, D.C. questioned practices by Twitter and Facebook related to alleged election interference by both platforms.
A new device tells you if someone if getting too close when it comes to social distancing.
More people are scrolling a lot through social media during the pandemic, but experts say beware of consumer scams.
Lilium, a German aviation upstart, plans to bring an air taxi service to the Lake Nona community.
The says of carrying your driver's license in your wallet could become a thing of the past as Florida will be one of the first in the nation to offer a digital license.
The Florida Department of Transportation is installing new technology to detect wrong-way drivers.
The Amazon-owned company announced Thursday a new suite of products to keep your car secure, including the Ring Car Cam, which is designed to keep your vehicle safe while driving and parked.
The answers to these quizzes, which often involve personal information about yourself, can give be tied to your passwords and online security.
It's like a Fit Bit or an Apple Watch with technology that alerts the user when they come within a predefined distance of another person or object. The technology was designed to help monitor coronavirus social distancing.
Cloudy, rainy days jeopardize power for those who rely on the sun for power. New technology at Orlando Utilities Commission will help companies track and predict cloud cover.
A lot of parents have been taking on the role of teacher this year with remote learning. Now, there are math apps that could assist.
Courts cases have been piling up due to the coronavirus pandemic, but thanks to technology the Ninth Circuit Court is adjusting.
The nation’s leading expert on the COVID-19 pandemic spoke with Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg during a livestreamed conversation on Thursday.
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.