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


VIZIO agrees to pay $2.2 million for monitoring viewer habits without consent


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


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2017 brings second-fewest death sentences and executions

The number of people sentenced to death or executed in 2017 was near historically low levels, according to the annual report of a group that tracks the death penalty.

What did we all search Google for this year? Hint: Not Trump

Not a single political topic made the list of the top 10 Google searches around the world in 2017 — not even the golden-haired elephant in the room.

Kentucky lawmaker dies in apparent suicide after sexual assault allegation

Kentucky state Rep. Dan Johnson died of a gunshot wound in a probable suicide, the coroner said, days after a report quoting a woman who said he assaulted her.

Salma Hayek calls Harvey Weinstein 'my monster'

Salma Hayek says Harvey Weinstein threatened to give her role in "Frida" to another actress if she didn't do graphic sex scene with Ashley Judd

Navajo Nation sues Wells Fargo in fake-account scandal

The tribe said in federal court documents that the bank targeting minors, the elderly and members who speak limited English to sign up for unneeded accounts.