As New Yorkers got ready to go to bed on Thursday night, there was a new warning about the danger lurking outside.
Wearable technology lets us track the steps we take, the good we eat and even how we sleep.
Parking is already a premium in the five boroughs, and in some neighborhoods finding a spot is now proving virtually impossible.
For anyone who has ever dreamed of jetting off on a private plane, you may want to start packing.
Humans may have mastered the art of walking and chewing gum, but not necessarily the art of walking and texting.
People claim they are healing themselves at home with devices so simple you can even make them on your own.
The next time a guy you know gets the flu you may want to show him a little more sympathy than you normally would.
The “security freeze” is the number one tool to prevent crooks from stealing your credit card information. But the problem is that not many people use it.
Consumers can now save thousands of dollars on diamonds, with a technological breakthrough that allows them to be created in a lab.
A deserving serviceman and his family were handed the keys to their new home Monday. It is a subsidized house, built over the last five months by other veterans working in their spare time.
Imagine sitting in your living room and suddenly, your glass coffee table explodes, or while taking a bath, the shower door shatters.
There’s a new, dark side to Facebook and it could put you at risk of losing your money, reputation and friendships.
CBS2’s Maurice DuBois sat down with Dr. Mary Bassett, the city’s health commissioner, to discuss Ebola concerns in New York City.
A nurse from Maine who recently returned from West Africa where she treated Ebola patients has broken her quarantine.
It sounds like something out of a science fiction novel, but now, scientists say it’s one step closer to becoming reality.