The electronics covered in the new law include computers, televisions, fax machines, VCRs, DVD players, printers/scanners, video game consoles, MP3 players, tablets and small servers.
As the dawn of 2015 arrives, New York state residents are reminded that new rules will be enacted for the disposing of electronics.
Two-thirds of American consumers plan to hit the stores next week for Black Friday with one mission — big savings. But that’s not the only thing that compels them to hit the stores.
While many will flock to the beach, retailers want people to head indoors this holiday weekend, so “sale” signs are popping up everywhere.
According to police, the suspect has broken into 25 homes, stealing jewelry, money and electronics.
There are a lot of products that claim to do a thorough cleaning, CBS 2’s Maurice DuBois reported. But do they really work?
The arctic blast has a lot of people tired of bundling up, but even worse many of those people have been surprised to learn that the extreme cold can do damage to electronic devices.
After the busy holiday season you’re probably feeling a little shopping fatigue. But if you’re avoiding stores and malls you might be missing out on some steep deals.
In May a rash of break-ins bothered homes and businesses in Fair Lawn along the Route 208 corridor. Now, thieves have started to target homes. They have been grabbing anything they can find to sell or trade online, according to authorities.
Police on Wednesday said they were searching for three women who stole electronics from a Target store on Staten Island, and concealed their theft by stuffing the items in a file cabinet that they legitimately bought.
The Super Bowl for techies is the Consumer Electronics Show, and the event kicked off Tuesday in Las Vegas.
Authorities said four Hofstra University men’s basketball players have made admissions of guilt after being arrested on burglary charges
The robbery comes on the heels of a stepped-up NYPD initiative to combat the theft of electronic devices in the subway system.
Got a techie in your life? Not to worry. This year, CNET brings its annual Holiday Gift Guide to life at the downtown Openhouse Gallery.
While major crimes like robberies and assaults are down, Metro-North is reporting a jump in the theft of electronics.