YouTube TV users will see 13% subscription price increase
The new price is $72.99 per month, up from $64.99.
'Heart in a Box' increases viability for donated organs
New technology is helping to save lives. Surgeons are using what is called "Heart in a Box" in Orlando to speed up the wait time for vital transplants.
Netflix password-sharing crackdown details released
Netflix has said it plans to launch the paid-sharing system 'more broadly' later in Q1.
Fortnite developer agrees to pay $520M fine for privacy violations
Epic Games allegedly collected the personal information of Fortnite players under the age of 13 without parental consent. The company agreed to settle complaints involving children’s privacy and its payment methods that duped gamers into making unintended purchases.
This virtual reality program could 'revolutionize' physical therapy
Physical therapists say one of the biggest challenges is getting their patients to actually finish a rehabilitation program. Most people go to a handful of their sessions before dropping out, they say. A Central Florida company hopes to revolutionize physical and occupational therapy through the development of virtual reality sessions.
Snapchat introduces first parental controls, allowing parents to see who their teens are messaging
Snap has launched Snapchat's Family Center, which introduces parental controls and account linking to the social media app
New safety features in school buses help track students
New technology onboard school buses will help Osceola County safely track the nearly 23,000 students who board and exit the vehicles.
New York to London in 3 hours? Overture aircraft aims to fly faster than traditional planes
Boom Supersonic is setting out to redefine commercial travel by bringing supersonic speed to flights.
Juice Jacking: Cell phones being hacked at public charging stations
Ready to travel this holiday weekend? Heed this big warning before you charge your phone on the go: cybercriminals can hack your phone through some public charging stations.
Designers working on 'Sky Cruise' nuclear-powered aircraft
A nuclear-powered aircraft that could stay airborne for months and transport 5,000 passengers around the world is being conceived by designers. A viral video shows the Sky Cruise craft high above the clouds.
One plug and done: EU to require common way to charge phones
European Union officials agreed Tuesday on new rules requiring a uniform charging cord for smartphones and other devices, a move that would make life easier for consumers fed up with rummaging through a tangle of cables for the right one.
Goodbye, Internet Explorer: Microsoft retires browser after 27 years
Internet Explorer was first introduced in 1995 with the launch of Windows 95 and for some time was the most popular browser to surf the web.
Saildrones collect data from hurricanes to improve forecasts
The unmanned scientific vehicle known as a saildrone collected data from the heart of Category 4 Hurricane Sam last September. In addition to providing jaw-dropping video of massive waves driven by 120 mph winds, the drone recorded valuable information.
New program offers free internet service to 48 million households; see if you qualify
About 40% of Americans qualify for free internet service under a new program launched by the Biden administration. Here's who qualifies.
Elon Musk would reverse Trump Twitter ban, calling it morally wrong
Elon Musk said he would overturn former President Donald Trump's ban from Twitter if his purchase of the company is successful.
How 'Black Panther' inspired UCF students to build electric vehicle prototype
A team of students at UCF were inspired by the suit in Marvel's "Black Panther" and are seeing if the same elements can be added to electric vehicles. More specifically, they're trying to see if it's possible to store energy on the outside of an electric vehicle vs. inside.
Apple Maps, iTunes and other apps back online after outage
Apple reported several outages with multiple of its apps Monday including App Store, Apple Music and Apple TV+.
Hunting down invasive Burmese pythons in Florida
Florida is home to about 300,000 Burmese pythons. They are considered an invasive species, wiping out many other animals. Researchers from 40 universities are getting creative in how to track and trap the massive snakes.
Winter Springs HS launches WeatherSTEM system
Winter Springs High School has launched the WeatherSTEM system that will provide students with real-time and future-cast radar with a high-resolution weather camera featuring a live stream.
New STEM program offered at Umatilla High School
Umatilla High School in Lake County is now offering a STEM program for students thanks to a generous donation.