Technology

Researchers: We can hack an iPhone through the charger

Apple devices, from Macs to iPhones, have always been able to boast of advanced safety from viruses, spam and the like. Now, apparently, not even your phone charger is safe.

Google knows which of your photos are best

Google is working hard to make you love Google+, its growing but still often-overlooked social network.

Millions use social media to welcome Pope Francis

  As 150,000 people gathered in St. Peter's Square in the Vatican to cheer the election of the new pope, millions joined in Wednesday on Twitter and Facebook.

Power Restored After Outage Knocks KDBC, Radio Stations Off Air

EL PASO - Power restored at 11:36 a.m. after an outage just before 10:00 a.m. knocked out KDBC, our sister station KTSM, and several local radio stations off of the air.

Local Inventors Develop Unique Car Jack

EL PASO - Local inventors of the Traction Jack are hoping their versatile car jack will be made available to more people.

Honda to Recall Nearly 1 Million Vehicles

TOKYO-- Honda is planning on recalling nearly one million vehicles worldwide. 960,000 Fit subcompacts and other models will be recalled to repair defects-- including problems with power window switches. 

Need to Add Time to Your Parking Meter? There's an App for That.

Indianapolis, Indiana-- Need to add more time to your meter? There could soon be an app for that. A new smartphone app could make it easier to pay for meter parking -- for the lucky people in one area of Indianapolis.

GOOGLE to Digitize Quarter of a Million Books from British Library

LONDON— Google can add one more thing under their belt— or should it be, library.

Technology: Sleek Electrically-Run "Bus" Makes its Debut in the Netherlands

KATWIJK, NETHERLANDS— Want to ride a super sleek “bus” that looks straight out of a sci-fi movie? Some people just may get that chance.

NASA's Mars Rover Goes Silent After Getting Stuck in Sand Trap

NASA— One of NASA's Mars Rovers is no longer responding, and NASA is thinking about calling it quits and leaving it in the sandy bed.

Verizon to Offer 4G LTE Service to El Paso Customers

EL PASO— Verizon Wireless has said they plan to add the Sun City to their list of cities that will be offered “the world's first large-scale 4G LTE network.”

Thefts at Area Public Schools Go Unnoticed

EL PASO-- The budgets of local and area school districts are getting cuts everywhere they can.

Apple's CEO Takes Another Medical Leave of Absence

SAN FRANCISCO, CA— Apple's founder and CEO announced Monday he is taking yet another leave of absence from work.

Verizon Gets Rid of "New Every Two" Deal Weeks Before Release of iPhone

NEW YORK— Verizon's “New Every Two” deal is out the window, the company announced Thursday.

JFK Presidential Library Goes Digital

BOSTON— History has taken yet another giant leap through technology after John F. Kennedy's Presidential Library goes digital.