U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) announced a push Monday for a National “Avonte’s Law” to create a program where parents can always know where their children are.
Schumer’s proposed legislation would offer limited exceptions, including ones for law enforcement investigations and parents who want to monitor their child’s whereabouts.
The extensive damage was found Tuesday morning in a public parking area under the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway near Cumberland Avenue.
Eighteen-wheelers are making a mess of a Staten Island neighborhood — and it’s all because of GPS.
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Customers can use a smart phone, the web, or text message to get the location of the next bus in real time.
Your GPS and other high-tech on-board devices can be secretly tracking your every move.
New York City Sanitation Commissioner John Doherty said a map that showed streets going unplowed on the Upper East Side was due to a faulty GPS system on a salt spreader, and traffic problems.
About 25 million students ride school buses every day. But every so often, something goes wrong.
A New Jersey man wanted to hide his movements from his boss. He ended up interfering with operations at a busy airport instead. Now he’s facing a massive fine.
Smartphones have gotten so much smarter these days, with all kinds of cool new features. They are really mini computers. But the battery life continues to be awful.
The free app, called Taxi Turvi, uses GPS technology to let riders see if the cab driver took the shorter, cheaper route at the end of the fare.
It’s not clear if a string break-ins in Greenwich are a connected, but there appears to be a pattern developing there.
The senator took up the issue following a bridge underpass strike on the Hutchinson Parkway earlier that month.