Seen At 11: Jump Into The Investment Game For The Price Of A CappuccinoRobinhood is another mobile investment app that's aimed at users willing to trade in their latte and invest that money weekly in the stock market. Vlad Tenev is the co-founder.
US DOJ Bans All Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Phones From AirplanesAll Samsung Galaxy Note7 phones from airplanes, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
Seen At 11: Buying Drugs Online? Don’t Fall Victim To The Prescription ScamWith so many online pharmacies, ordering prescription medication over the internet has become a common practice.
Tips For Decorating Using Your Social Media PhotosWith social media at our fingertips, for many people sharing photos online is part of daily life. But you could also cherish those memories outside of being on the Internet and in the comfort of your own home.
Seen At 11: ‘Nexar’ App Claims To Sense Danger On The RoadIn the future, driverless cars could hold the promise of safer roads as they remove the potential failure of human judgement.
Feast Your Eyes: New Social Platform Lets You Watch People EatBroadcasters stream their meals live online or via a mobile app, and viewers can tune in to chat. The broadcasters can even make money while munching.
Yahoo! Says 500 Million Accounts Affected By Data BreachYahoo is blaming the hack on a "state-sponsored actor."
Seen At 11: Online ‘Ugly Lists’ Could Damage More Than Just Your EgoCyber threat expert Chase Cunningham said millennials are increasingly becoming targets of the scams because they're the primary users of these sites.
Study Participants Without Fitness Trackers Lost More Weight, Researchers SayWearable technology, fitness trackers, old fashioned pedometers -- whatever you call them, they're supposed to motivate you to get up and moving.
Live Stream Captures Pokemon Go Player Getting Knocked Out In Central ParkA man hunting Pokemon in Central Park on Monday morning, caught something he probably didn't expect -- a sucker punch.
U.S. Regulators Issue Official Recall Of Samsung's Galaxy Note 7U.S. regulators are issuing an official recall of Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 phone because of the risk that its batteries can explode or catch fire.
MTA, NJ TRANSIT: Power Down Samsung Galaxy Note 7 On Trains, BusesSamsung suspended sales of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone earlier this month after finding batteries of some of the gadgets exploded while they were charging.