Orlando didn't renew its facial recognition contract with Amazon
The city is still deciding how to move forward.
Orlando confirms it's testing Amazon's facial recognition in public
The city's police chief says they still only track the officers who volunteered for the program.
Airbnb reportedly wants to offer apartment rentals in Florida
A test is said to be taking place near Orlando for seasonal workers.
Families of Pulse nightclub shooting sue Google, Facebook
They're accusing the tech titans of providing "material support" to Pulse nightclub gunman Omar Mateen.
Warrantless data searches narrowly miss Senate approval
John McCain's legislation would have given the FBI easy access to phone and internet records.
Apple and Microsoft address Orlando, avoid gay community
Two big tech keynotes, two poorly executed moments of silence.
Facebook invokes first US Safety Check for Orlando mass shooting
The tragedy has brought out Facebook's tool for reassuring friends and family.
Sprint's LTE rollout gains momentum with addition of 70 new markets
It's been a long slog for LTE latecomer Sprint, but the Hesse-led operator's finally kicking into...
Minecraft convention heads to sunny Orlando in November
Minecon 2013, the third annual Minecraft convention, will be held in Orlando, Florida, from Novem...