Microsoft Offers Free Security Fixes After Global Cyber AttackFriday's global cyber attack targeted Microsoft operating systems on computers across 100 countries. Now, the company is offering free security fixes to everyone affected.
Pet Adoption Apps Help Match Owners To Perfect Shelter PetsThese apps will match you with a shelter pet that's perfect for you.
Consumer Electronics Show Highlights Latest High-Tech Gadgets For Everyone In The FamilyThese days, it seems every device uses smart technology. Now, you can add your hairbrush to the list.
Business Profitability: 3 Reasons Why Inside Sales More Effective Than BeforeHaving a marketing strategy that includes inside sales is essential to the success of your small business.
Virtual Reality Safety: Health Risks For Young Users Still Largely UnknownWhile they may be fun to use, some doctors -- and manufacturers of the device -- say they may not be safe for young kids.
People Are The New Security PerimeterCylance Chief Security and Trust Officer Malcolm Harkins explains why we must go beyond technology to protect confidential information in the workplace.
Study: Netflix, Hulu Users Spend 19 Minutes A Day Searching For Something To WatchThere's an increasing number of streaming services from Netflix and Hulu, to Amazon and Google Play.
4 Companies To Stop Tracking Children Online Following $835G SettlementSchneiderman says each allowed tracking technology such as cookies on their websites in violation of the law.
Smile: These Apps Will Actually Pay You For Your SelfiesThe selfie craze is far from over, so why not sell your selfies and make cash doing what you would probably be doing anyway?
Get A Good Night's Sleep: Best Gadgets For BedtimeHere are some gadgets to help New Yorkers get a better night sleep for a productive day.
BabySee App Lets Parents Look Through The Eyes Of A NewbornHow much is your baby actually able to see?
Macy's Teams With IBM Watson On AI-Powered Shopping GuideThe tool, which Macy's calls a "mobile companion," can be accessed for now through a browser and will accept questions in 10 U.S. locations about products, services and facilities.