Google Targets 'Fake News,' Offensive Search SuggestionsThe changes announced Tuesday reflects Google's confidence in a new screening system designed to reduce the chances that its influential search engine will highlight untrue stories about people and events, a phenomenon commonly referred to as "fake news.''
Seen At 11: Some See Smartphones As An Addiction, But Can They Also Be A Cure?But can smartphones help kids steer clear of more dangerous behaviors or is the digital distraction just another potential addiction?
Facebook Vows To Address Live Video Concerns After Cleveland MurderSocial media experts say Facebook could face legal hurdles if the company tries to censor what its users can and cannot post.
Despite Well Known Risks, Survey Finds Many Use Smartphones Behind The WheelEveryone knows it's dangerous, but a lot of people are still doing it -- driving while distracted.
Seen At 11: Savvy Fraudsters Are Staying A Step Ahead Of ‘Chip Card’ TechnologyThe credit card with the chip in your wallet is supposed to be safer than the old magnetic swipe version.
New App Lets Users Pay Or Dispute NYC Parking Tickets On Their PhoneTrying to pay or fight a parking ticket in New York City? Look no further than your smartphone.
NWS Issues Flood Watch Ahead Of Heavy Rainfall Expected ThursdayThe latest storm poised to sweep across New England will bring with it the threat of flooding.
Trump Signs Bill Letting Internet Service Providers Sell User Browsing DataInternet privacy rules put in place under President Barack Obama are no more.
Apps Help Parents Arrange Play Dates & Find New FriendsIf you need some help with your kids, it can be as simple as a swipe on your smartphone.
Government Group Looks To Prevent Drowsy Driving CrashesAAA says drowsy driving is to blame for one in five fatal crashes in the United States and now one government group is coming up with plans to help reduce the number of crashes.
Experts Point To Texting As Teens Begin To Suffer From Thumb TendonitisThere is a health alert for people addicted to texting on their smartphone, which pretty much means almost everyone under the age of 30.
Emotional Facebook Posts May Be Scams, Experts WarnIt’s a scam that’s going viral – emotional Facebook posts begging to be liked and shared.

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