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A radio signal hack is what made those Dallas warning sirens go nuts

When outdoor warning sirens in Dallas cried wolf last Friday, Twitter sleuths concluded that a hacker hijacked the alarms through a vulnerable computer network. As it turns out, the sirens aren&#8217

Amazon’s online grocery delivery service hits Dallas

Amazon may be experimenting with how to take on grocery stores via its own drive-in pick-up locations, but in the meantime, the company is still working to expand its online grocery shopping service,

Police use of robot to kill Dallas shooting suspect is new, but not without precursors

The Dallas police force used a bomb-defusing robot equipped with an explosive device to kill a shooting suspect, police chief David Brown revealed today at a press conference. An explosive was affixed

Google wants to bring Fiber to Dallas

Google wants to bring its gigabit Fiber internet service to Dallas, the company announced today. It’s important to note that, for now, the company is only “exploring” the idea of br

Servers.com Brings Its Bare-Metal Servers To The US

Servers.com, a hosting company with a focus on dedicated bare-metal servers that launched in Europe in 2005, today announced the opening of its first U.S. data center location. The new Dallas data cen

Amazon Expands ‘Prime Now’ One-Hour Delivery Service To Dallas, Now Covers 4 Metros

Need, For Men Who Dislike Shopping But Love Fashion, Raises $500,000 Seed Round

Need is an online magazine and retailer for men who hate to shop, but still want to find unique clothing and lifestyle items. The Dallas-based startup announced today that it has raised $500,000 in se

How come nobody told me about the Dallas airport?

I recently missed a connecting flight from Vegas to Dallas to Boston, so I had some time to kill at DFW. My flight was leaving out of the D terminal and let me tell you, there are some strange and won