New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has been asking Facebook to adopt such restrictions, as have Mayors Against Illegal Guns and Moms Demand Action.
The tablets will make their way into the field over the next three months and will give officers access to a wide array of information.
Meetup.com was back online Monday, after a series of massive denial-of-service attacks that lasted off and on for four days.
The state Public Utilities Regulatory Authority announced on Monday that the state’s fourth area code will be assigned where the 860 area code is used in northwestern, central and eastern Connecticut.
New Milford High School’s library is home to a brand new “Makerspace” that even includes a 3-D printer.
The city currently does not post signs in an effort to deter drivers from running reds at all times. Violators caught running a light on one of the cameras are mailed a ticket.
According to a recent Pew study, 67 percent of Internet users in a marriage or committed relationship have shared the password to one or more of their online accounts with their spouse or partner.
Your GPS and other high-tech on-board devices can be secretly tracking your every move.
Sen. Charles Schumer is calling on federal regulators to set guidelines to protect consumers as car companies collect personal information through “smart car” technology and sell it to third parties.
Even as crews patch potholes, new and existing craters continue to surface.
A new Internet scam looks legitimate but has the potential to unleash a Pandora’s box of viruses and spyware onto your computer.
Tracking human health through fitness devices is all the rage – how much we eat, how long we sleep. And some new devices gives us insight into our pets too, as it tracks our dogs.
Experts recommend a 15-minute vison break every couple of hours of up-close work to lessen the chances of developing nearsightedness. And if all else fails, there’s always glasses.
The new law requires those businesses to maintain high-quality digital recorders and to turn over the images to police upon request.
It’s a growing new trend: Doctors are turning the tables on patients and checking them out online before they come in for an appointment.