It will be the largest Easter egg hunt in New Jersey history, and the prizes aren’t bad either.
If you like to curl up with a good book to help you fall asleep at night, you might be hurting your sleep.
You better think twice the next time you look at your smartphone, because you could be doing some serious damage to your spine.
Perfect pronunciation can be a tough skill for children, but now they don’t have to face years of speech therapy.
Swim season is in full swing, but taking your eyes off of your children for even a second can lead to tragedy.
We use our electronic devices for all sorts of things – from talking and looking up information to playing games. But the frequent use of such gadgets is actually making some people sick.
Thieves have now figured out a way to freeze your smartphone, demanding that you pay up to get it unlocked.
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.
The backpacks are a lot lighter in one local high school, where iPads are replacing many of the textbooks. Every high school student is receiving one. But at what cost?
Michelle Ilyayev told CBS 2’s Carolyn Gusoff that she was trying to return a lost i-Pad to its rightful owner, and instead wound up getting expelled from Adelphi University two months before being awarded a Master’s Degree in Social Work.
Police on Saturday were searching for a thief who swiped a woman’s iPad out of her hand on a subway train in Brooklyn.
We’re all familiar with the advice, “If you see something, say something,” and if police in Brooklyn see a smartphone or tablet lying in your parked car in plain view, they will be saying something to you.
Cyber criminals are infiltrating phones and tablets at an alarming rate. Reports of disruptive software or information gathering malware have increased by six-hundred-percent in recent years.
Firefighter Eric Bischoff, 39, was arrested at 9 a.m. Tuesday in the 123rd Precinct on the south shore of Staten Island. He was charged with second-degree assault.
A man has been convicted of hacking into AT&T’s servers and stealing more than 120,000 e-mail addresses of iPad users – including Mayor Michael Bloomberg.