A Benefit Or Big Brother? NYC Unveils Pilot Program To Track Driving HabitsIt's a new city pilot program to track how you drive, when you drive, how fast your drive and how much gas you use.
Sen. Schumer Calls For National 'Avonte's Law' To Track Autistic ChildrenU.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.
Sen. Charles Schumer Seeks To Make Covert GPS Tracking IllegalSchumer's proposed legislation would offer limited exceptions, including ones for law enforcement investigations and parents who want to monitor their child's whereabouts.
Victims Say Vandals Broke Windows, Stole From Cars In BrooklynThe extensive damage was found Tuesday morning in a public parking area under the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway near Cumberland Avenue.
GPS Mess: 18-Wheelers Crashing Into Staten Island NeighborhoodEighteen-wheelers are making a mess of a Staten Island neighborhood -- and it's all because of GPS.
Are Self-Driving Cars Legal?Autonomous vehicle developers are testing self-driving cars on public streets, but don't expect to buy your own just yet.
Tips For Your Next Road TripGoing on a road trip? Here's a list of great tips to make your outing that much better.
MTA: Real-Time Bus Tracking Arrives In Brooklyn, Queens; Entire City Now CoveredCustomers can use a smart phone, the web, or text message to get the location of the next bus in real time.
Privacy Concerns Raised As 'Smart Cars' Track Personal DataYour GPS and other high-tech on-board devices can be secretly tracking your every move.
Sanitation Comm.: Map Showing No Plowing On UES Was Due To Bad GPS On Salt Truck 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.
Westport Couple Launches App To Allow Parents To Track School BusAbout 25 million students ride school buses every day. But every so often, something goes wrong.
N.J. Man In A Jam, After Illegal GPS Device Interferes With Newark Liberty OperationsA 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.