Technology

Instagram kills Following tab, called a ‘stalking’ feature


Twitter says it mistakenly shared users’ phone numbers for advertising


Goodbye, iTunes: Once-revolutionary app gone in Mac update


Facebook to test hiding number of likes from users


Bipartisan attorneys general launch investigation into Google


Artificial intelligence shaking up railroad industry


FCC presses for automatic, default blocking of ‘robocalls’


Invention Convention allows you to explore all things STEM


Verizon 5G coming to Panama City


Verizon reports texting service repaired after East Coast outage


Canada pulls out all the stops for driverless shuttle


New virtual reality lounge is a game changer in the world of arcades


Net Neutrality fight continues on Capitol Hill


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


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Boys' club no more: New Central Park statue will celebrate 3 women

The statue of Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Sojourner Truth will be dedicated in August and help mark 100 years of women's right to vote.

Mom who sought gifts for 'Make-a-wish' daughter charged with girl's murder

The mother had sought donations for the "bucket list" of the girl who she said was dying of a terminal illness.

Judge: Report shows suspect in deadly Maryland newspaper shooting is legally sane

Jarrod Ramos, 39, has pleaded not guilty and not criminally responsible, which is the state's version of an insanity defense.

Four more parents plead guilty in college admissions cheating scheme

Martin Fox, the former president of a private Texas tennis academy, also agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy to commit racketeering, prosecutors said.

Black security officer who was fired for repeating racial slur gets job back

The reversal came after student protests and a grievance from the officer's union.