Girls Scout cookies have been around for 100 years and now troops are using new technology to sell them.
With school field trip budgets tight, new technology is opening up a whole new world for local students in the Bastrop Independent School Di…
Verizon will now show up at your house to fix your broken smartphone screen.
Many people get blurred vision, dry eyes, headaches, and neck pain after being in front of a computer screen for too long.
Google, Apple and other tech giants are expressing dismay over an executive order on immigration from President Donald Trump that bars natio…
The term digital depression is the feeling of being overwhelmed and overworked by technology.
When using public WI-FI on your phone, tablet or laptop it is important that your equipment is well protected.
A person is injured, but thanks to technology, is still alive after their car went over the side of a cliff in Pacifica.
With a new year, comes new technology…
Technology is ever changing and it can be hard to keep up, especially for seniors.
Wearable health-related technologies are becoming more common.
A new conference in Spartanburg is helping teachers learn how to integrate new technology into the classroom.
Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are areas a Upstate Summer Camp is focusing on.
Most of us have our heads down, looking at our electronic devices way more often than we realize, and the impact on the spine can be scary.
iMagine Upstate Festival is coming back to downtown Greenville for a second year and organizations have a healthy competition to make it big…
Horry County Schools paid nearly $10,000 to hackers who attacked the district’s network, district spokesperson Teal Harding confirmed on Mon…
GSA Technology Holds Gadget Fest in Greenville
Lately, Amazon has come out with some cool gadgets that make great gifts for the techie in your life.
ScanSource plans to expand it’s headquarters in Greenville on Pelham Road and add 100 jobs over the next five years.
Technology could soon be on the market that would tell roadside workers when a car might hit them.
Students in grades 3, 4, and 5 were greeted to new ipads Wednesday morning at Chesnee Elementary.
The ways school districts are connecting with parents is changing.
Spokesperson Kim Prunty told the Orlando Sentinel selfie-sticks have become a “growing safety concern for both our guests and cast.”