A San Francisco startup sold T-shirts glorifying convicted Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof before pulling the designs Tuesday.
The tech conference Dig South returns to Charleston this week for its sixth-straight year, and this time, it wants to talk about being relevant.
State Rep. Rick Martin has had just about enough of the daily deluge of calls he gets from faked phone numbers, and he's upset by the stories of scams they sometimes lead to.
SWANSEA — Wannelle Witt Lefkowitz smiles as she looks out over the more than 80 acres of South Carolina farmland that's been in her family for three generations.
The legal onslaught against Facebook is gaining steam, and a South Carolina litigant is in the thick of it.
WASHINGTON — The recent prison riot that led to the deaths of seven inmates at Lee Correctional Institution in Bishopville threw an issue that Mignon Clyburn has grappled with for years back i…
NEW YORK — An audit of Facebook's privacy practices for the Federal Trade Commission found no problems even though the company knew at the time that a data-mining firm improperly obtained priv…
SAN FRANCISCO — Netflix's video-streaming service has been thriving for so long that other companies are striving to duplicate its success in other kinds of digital entertainment and content.
The Charleston accounting startup Ceterus has booked $10 million in new investments, marking the biggest financing round closed by a local software company in years.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The first of two congressional hearings with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has begun.
Benefitfocus's founding CEO stepped aside last year for a new job as "senior adviser" after 17 years at the helm.
Americans waste untold billions on spoiled food each year. Sonoco thinks there's big money to be had by slimming the losses.
The technology sector in South Carolina contributed 2,500 new jobs to the state economy last year, according to a new analysis by a national trade group.
Some of us still remember life before spell check. Yes, we could use a dictionary. We could also use a thesaurus. We could even tap on the shoulder of a friend or coworker and say, “Hey, any i…
Comcast is bringing gigabit Internet service to the Charleston region next month in what's the largest rollout yet of ultra-fast download speeds in the region.
CHICAGO — Apple wants to play a more prominent role in education. But it isn't willing to cut prices to make the grade.
Iranian hackers stole academic research worth billions of dollars from hundreds of universities around the world — until a Charleston cybersecurity firm caught onto the scheme.
A Charleston startup that makes software for employers to evaluate job candidates is turning its technology on South Carolina.
Confirming a hack
Thumb drives used to be so cool. They came in every shape and material, from little plastic rectangles to rubber wristbands, novelty animals, and pens sporting a built-in USB-drive. We used to…
Much of the hype around Charleston's startup scene has focused for years on a parking lot on the east side of town.
South Carolina is cracking down on two foreign firms peddling cryptocurrency services, saying they broke state law by selling unregistered investment opportunities.
Your life is on your phone. It has a record of everyone you talk to or message with. It has your browsing history, your emails, your banking app and your photos. At any given moment, you are o…
A national physical therapy chain with nearly two dozen South Carolina clinics said its employee email system was hacked earlier this year, exposing personal information about an undetermined …
The Charleston startup Casa says it has developed a more secure way to store cryptocurrencies like bitcoin — and it just landed a pile of cash to see it through.
Vet yourself online
As the saying goes, the best things in life are free: love, friends, and great software that works almost as well as a paid product. If you’re like me, you have probably shopped around for cer…
NEW YORK — Amazon has taken another step to woo low-income shoppers to its site and away from rival Walmart.
When South Carolina opened its first tree nursery 90 years ago, the government started growing the seedlings that would reforest its farmland because no one else would.
T-Mobile's largest call center opened Thursday in North Charleston, making way for hundreds of new workers to field customer questions.
When Wi-Fi slows down, so does our entire life. Our email and browsers stop loading. Our streaming movies freeze. Alexa stops responding. Our phones revert to data plans. Everything buffers at…
COLUMBIA — As South Carolina lawmakers continue to grapple with energy issues, a House panel advanced two bills Thursday that would expand the state's solar power industry and increase energy …
Executives at Blackbaud Inc. have cashed in nearly $9 million worth of stock this month, unloading shares after a long run-up in the company's valuation.
Recycling USB Drives
“Hey, can I call you?” I bet millions send this text every day. It’s common etiquette. You text first and see whether someone is busy. If you get a “Sure,” or “Y,” or “K,” you can ring that pe…
Verizon Wireless will shut its large North Charleston call center by early fall as it shifts over to a home-based business model to be staffed by about 500 workers.
Mount Pleasant-based Engage Talent has landed a $3 million investment from a handful of out-of-state venture capital firms, including a fund formed by AOL co-founder Steve Case.
A low-flying helicopter that crashed on Daniel Island could land a spot in aviation history if investigators confirm its pilot’s account of what went wrong.
If you had to guess, how many different websites do you think exists in the world today? From simple blogs to complex businesses, the Internet spans the gamut dispensing and gathering a myriad…
A Fort Mill industrial conglomerate and a former Charleston startup have settled a year-long legal fight over barcode scanning technology.
The Charleston venture capital fund Good Growth Capital says it plans to raise $20 million to invest in Southeastern technology startups, including "several million" it pulled in last year.
Unless you’re a serious photographer, you probably don’t carry a digital camera anymore. There’s no need: A typical smartphone comes with at least one camera, and lenses are sharper and more d…
The online retailing giant plans to roll out two-hour delivery at the organic grocer this year to those who pay for Amazon's $99-a-year Prime membership.
Most Blackbaud employees will receive about $2,000 worth of stock this month, a gift the Daniel Island-based company says it's offering because of federal tax cuts approved last year.
The online auto dealer Carvana is rolling into the Charleston area, offering next-day delivery in a bid to change the way the Lowcountry buys cars.
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