Technology

Will landlines become a piece of history? Experts say not just yet


Living without internet accessibility in the digital age


Walton County looks to the future for transportation


Paving the way with beach access mats


Florida Governor Rick Scott signs Uber/Lyft bill into law


Visit South Walton using virtual billboards to reach tourists


YouTube getting into the TV business


With new technology comes hope for the coldest of cold cases


Having internet problems today? Here's what's going on


Yahoo! confirms info on 500 million user accounts stolen


Apple announces iPhone 7 with better camera and water resistance


Space-X rocket explodes on launch pad


Delta flights resuming following system-wide outage


Apple replaces pistol emoji with water gun in iOS 10


New technology developed in Panama City will take men out of the minefield


Verizon outage silences area phones


Chick-fil-A giving away sandwiches via its app


Twitter changes mean more room to tweet


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California Dreamin': State Pols Push for 100% Clean Energy Goal

California's legislature is weighing a law to obtain all energy from wind, solar, other clean sources by 2045. It would join Hawaii on the 100 percent renewable path.

Kaepernick Rally Draws Huge Crowd Outside NFL HQ

Hundreds of demonstrators gathered at the NFL headquarters Wednesday to show their support for Colin Kaepernick.

Major Hurdle Falls in Amazon Bid to Buy Whole Foods

Earlier Wednesday, Whole Foods shareholders approved the $13.7 billion merger, which the grocery workers' union called a threat to its employees.

U.N. Committee Calls on U.S. to Unequivocally Reject Racist Hate

The statement from the U.N. Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination issued Wednesday did not name President Donald Trump, but it is the president himself who has been criticized more than anyone else for what many said were inappropriate responses to the racism on display in Charlottesville.

Army Drill Sergeants Suspended for Alleged Sexual Misconduct

The Army announced it has suspended drill sergeants accused of sexual misconduct with trainees at Fort Benning.