Seen At 11: Fitness Tracker Users Turn To Creative Hacks To Increase Step CountsThere's a new type of cheating going on, and it has nothing to do with your love life, but everything to do with your health.
Twitter: We've Shut Down More Than 360,000 Accounts Since 2015 For Promoting Terror, ExtremismTwitter said Thursday it has suspended 360,000 accounts since mid-2015 for violating its policies banning the promotion of terrorism and violent extremism.
Parents Using 'Back To School' Apps To Gear Up For The New YearThe countdown is on for “back to school,” which can be a relief to parents, but also a crazy time.
Annual Perseid Meteor Shower Expected To Peak This WeekThe heavens will be bursting with shooting stars this week.
East Hampton Looks To Floating Tractor To Eat Up Toxic Algae In Georgica PondEast Hampton has gotten a new tool to fight a nagging pollution problem. Town officials hope an algae eating machine will help clean a beloved public pond.
Thieves Use Bluetooth Technology To Rip-Off Drivers At The PumpThere was a consumer alert Sunday, for drivers about skimming at the pump. Hackers have been stepping up their game, stealing bank information with a new device.
Twitter To Live Stream For Free 1 MLB, 1 NHL Game Per WeekThe agreement announced Monday will allow viewers to watch games nationally that would normally be available only in the two teams' home markets.
Gender Equality Finally Reaches Google EmojisAll of the new emoji professions will include both genders and all skin tones.
Welcome To The Digital Playground - Life Post-Pokémon GoAt this point, we can say there was life before Pokémon Go... and life after.
New York Public Library Releases App For E-BooksThe app, which is called "SimplyE," is for anyone with a library card and access to either an Android or iOS device.
Police: Popular 'Pokemon Go' Poses Numerous Risks To Players Including Robberies, AccidentsThe free-to-play Pokémon Go app is a huge hit, but police say the popular new app is not just fun and games.
Microsoft Betting Big On 'Mixed Reality' TechnologyMicrosoft calls it "mixed reality" -- the headset maps its environment and lets you add 3-D images.