A New York public relations executive has issued a lengthy apology, after she lost her job for a tweet that made light of AIDS in Africa and race.
If you want a truthful answer from someone you may want to ask the question via text message.
Coin is an electronic device that is about the size of a single credit card. Every card that most people currently carry can be stored on a Coin, including gift and rewards cards. Coins are even designed to work at the ATM.
No matter how you get to work, it costs time and money to get there. But as CBS 2’s Maurice DuBois reported Tuesday night, there is now a new app that benefits commuters with rewards.
The transit agency is testing four systems to indicate if someone has wound up on the tracks.
A growing number of stores are using discrete and sophisticated technology — including mannequins with facial-recognition cameras hidden in their eyes — to track shopper demographics in an effort to boost sales.
Monday’s vote to extend the prohibition on plastic guns for another decade responds to a growing threat from steadily improving 3-D printers that can produce such weapons.
Passwords for some 2 million Facebook, Google and other accounts have been compromised and circulated online, according to security experts.
Suffolk County Police said William Iglesias, the owner of Foto Y Video Alexander in Brentwood, installed a video camera on the floor behind the toilet and, for at least a month, videotaped his two female employees.
CNet technology editor Bridget Carey highlights some of the best apps to use while getting your holiday shopping done.
Sen., Charles Schumer is suggesting that the Coast Guard “quarterback the effort” to provide a 24-hour maritime security plan.
For the first time, people in New Jersey will be able to click a mouse or swipe a screen to gamble online.
If you’re one of the many planning to hit stores for some Black Friday shopping, be prepared!
The Carnegie Mellon University Integrative Media Program will focus on film, social media and online gaming and is slated to open at the Brooklyn Navy Yard in 2015.
An online video game company will pay a $1 million settlement after being accused of infecting thousands of computers with malicious software and using that access to illegally mine for the electronic currency bitcoin.