Earth is getting bombarded by solar flares right now. Radioactive particles from this week’s solar activity have reached our planet — and a lot of people are worried about the fallout.
Perhaps you’ve seen them on the highways – silver alerts. It can be frightening when a person with Alzheimer’s Disease disappears. Some caregivers are tracking movements with GPS in a car. A Teaneck company has taken the next logical step.
Among the 11 winners is Embark NYC, created by a group of 20-somethings led by David Hodge. They have a system that uses your smartphone’s GPS, even underground, and it navigates your trip when you punch in a destination.
The Long Island Rail Road is upgrading its communication system for waiting commuters.
Staten Island District Attorney Dan Donovan is tapping into the technology to prevent women from having to keep looking over their shoulder, if their abuser has a court order to stay away.
The Short Hills Mall in New Jersey is known for its upscale stores, but a recent crime wave has police on alert.
Stony Brook University on Long Island has a new way to help keep its students safe, and it’s a little like having a panic button.
Private investigators and attorneys say the use of technology in cheating spouse cases is becoming more common.
Union County police uncovered six stolen vehicles, including two from Maryland, at a northern New Jersey warehouse. They used a GPS device to track a stolen Toyota to the Sivomar Trucking and Shipping Warehouse on Elston Street in Rahway.
You know what your GPS device is telling you, but do you know how the company is using that information?
Not knowing where the next bus can be a frustrating part of commuting, but for NY Waterways riders, now they can know exactly when a bus will arrive.
Having a baby Jesus or other items taken from a nativity scene or holiday display at your home or house of worship can be painful during what should be a joyous time.
Could thieves give you the Black Friday blues? While you shop, they could be targeting your cars or even targeting you when you leave the store. CBS 2 explains how you can avoid trouble in the parking lot.
Posting photos on social networking sites is a quick and easy way to show friends and family what you’ve been up to, but they could be putting your home and family at risk.
The Blooming Grove Police Department has just 15 officers, but size doesn’t matter when the cops are savvy enough to use a hidden GPS tracking device to catch a thief.