We have all been told about the problems of distracted teenage drivers. Now, a new report finds that phones can also lead to accidents when teens are walking.
At fourteen Panera locations customers will find a kiosk where they can order and pay, food is then delivered to their table.
Believe it or not, back-to-school shopping has already begun. Parents are getting the chore out of the way early, to take advantage of sales and make sure they get the goods before retailers sell out.
Free Wi-Fi can be found everywhere, from the airport to public parks, and even coffee shops.
Three helicopters showered 1 million rose petals on the Statue of Liberty on Friday during a ceremony commemorating the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion.
This is the first time that Google has designed a model on its own. For years the company has been testing its technology in Toyota made vehicles.
The consumer group is known for protecting people from all sorts of scams, but it recently became the victim of one.
In the scam, Netflix customers receive an email or a pop-up directing them to a phony, official-looking log-in page.
The clock is ticking on millions of holdouts still using Microsoft XP. The company will stop supporting the nearly 13-year-old operating system on Tuesday.
Cirque du Soleil’s new show, Amaluna, kicks off its run Thursday night underneath blue and yellow tents in the Citi Field parking lot.
The special offer looks like it’s coming from an Verizon Wireless customer service phone number. But it’s really a scam.
Children trying to get their parents’ attention have some serious competition. You could call it “distracted parenting,” when mom and dad pay more attention to their smartphone than their kids.
A New York man who lost both of his legs after being hit by a taxi met the men and women who donated 75 units of blood to help save his life.
Abu Anas al-Libi entered the plea Tuesday in federal court in Manhattan. Al-Libi, who has a thick gray beard, kept his hands folded on his lap as the judge read the charges.