The NJ TRANSIT Board will vote next week on a multi-million dollar contract to put new cameras on its trains.
These days, in-home security cameras are being used for more than just safety. New technology has made it easier for families to stay in touch than ever before.
The move is in response to safety recommendations put forward by the National Transportation Safety Board following a December derailment that killed four people in the Bronx.
Long Island Rail Road riders were shocked Saturday morning, following revelations that tiny video cameras were discovered hidden on ticket vending machines.
NYPD officers have been exercising vigilance on land, sea and air, as the city works to detect and prevent terror attacks like the one in Boston.
If you’re one of the thousands of people who snap pictures of your food and instantly share them on social media, you might be surprised to learn that some restaurants are now banning photos of their food.
Branford is pushing the concept of squad car dachcams a quantum leap forward with miniature cameras that attach to the shirt lapels of police officers.
Backing up has come a long way!
Think you’ve had a “Eureka!” moment? Well, Popular Science is out with its annual list of the 100 best innovations of the year.
If you’re caught on camera in a bus lane during restricted hours, you can be fined by mail for between $115 and $150.
Starting Monday, bus lanes on First and Second avenues will be monitored by video cameras full-time.
Five cameras have been installed along the new M15 express bus lanes on First and Second Avenues.
Authorities say close to $30,000 worth of laptops and cameras were stolen from PS 35 in Morrisania over the weekend.