This road will charge your electric car

A new dynamic wireless power technology could take over a Central Florida road that acts like a wireless charging system for your electric vehicle. It's not built yet, but the designs are ready and officials say Central Florida is the perfect place to build it.

Florida Cyber Fraud Enforcement Unit created

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody announced the state's first-ever Cyber Fraud Enforcement Unit, aimed at fighting illegal online activity in Florida. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Internet Crime Complaint Center, more than 42,000 Floridians lost a combined total of more than $844 million to cybercrime last year. Additionally, 47% of Americans have had their personal information exposed by cyber-criminals.

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.