Kids Use Tech So Much They Can't Hold A Pencil Anymore, Doctors Saya group of doctors is now saying young children in the digital generation can't even hold a pen or pencil anymore.
Experts: Giving Smartphones To Babies May Not Be A Smart IdeaYou may find it surprising that a growing number of babies under the age of 1 swipe away on the smartphones and tablets. That's according to a new pediatric survey a the Einstein Healthcare Network.
Tips For Your Next Road TripGoing on a road trip? Here's a list of great tips to make your outing that much better.
Police Search For Suspects Wanted In More Than 20 Lower Manhattan BurglariesA pair of suspects remained on the run Thursday night, wanted for more than 20 burglaries the West Village, TriBeCa, and Chinatown in just one month.
Recent Burglary Spree Has Fair Lawn, N.J. Residents On Edge 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.
NYPD Recovers Hundreds Of Apple Products In Queens HomeAdam Jaffer, 22, William Chen, 20, and Justin Pinder, 20, have been charged with trademark counterfeiting, criminal possession of stolen property, criminal possession of a weapon and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Police Seek Thief Who Stole Phones, iPads From Women On SubwayPolice were searching Wednesday for a suspect who stole cell smart phones and iPads from subway passengers in Brooklyn and Queens between mid-November and last week.
TSA Screener Accused Of Stealing iPads At JFK AirportSean Henry, 32, of Brooklyn was nabbed in a sting operation using decoy bags, police said.
Nina In New York: Study Links Dim Lighting To Depression...In HamstersThis week, Time magazine reported on a study released from the Ohio State University Medical Center, which finds that too many hours of dim lighting—the kind which is emitted from all of our electronic friends—may lead to depression, or at least symptomatic behavior.
Pace Students Walk A Mile In Senior Citizen Shoes To Bridge Digital DivideA group of New York students are making themselves old for college credit.