Apple's Next Big Product Reveal Will Happen In Brooklyn Oct. 30Apple trades NYC for California to stage their fall product show, expected to feature a new iPad.
How To Safely Share Photos Of Your Kids On Social MediaA study found 71 percent of parents says images could end up in the wrong hands, most continue to post photos.
Lawmaker Getting Tough On Businesses' Use Of Facial Recognition TechnologyA new wave of technology means store security cameras aren't just tracking crooks, they're also tracking you. A city councilman wants New Yorkers to know if and when a camera is watching.
Apple Updates Bagel Emoji After BacklashNew York bagel lovers, rejoice. Apple has updated its bagel emoji.
Mayor: Homeless Campers Around Wi-Fi Hubs Among ‘Problems From The Beginning’Officials promise to step up monitoring on LinkNYC kiosks to cut down on station loitering.
Eye On Cyber: Two-Factor Authentication Adds Extra Layer Of Security To Online AccountsA growing number of companies are offering – or in some cases, requiring – an extra step called two-factor authentication, or 2FA.
Facebook Wants To Put A Camera In Your HouseThe Portal's built-in camera automatically follows users as they move and even widens the shot if a second person enters the frame.
Eye On Cyber: What Does Your Digital Footprint Say About You?So much of your life is online now – from social media and email, to grocery shopping and banking. All that online activity leaves you with something called a “digital footprint.”
Study: People Go To Dangerous Lengths For The Perfect SelfieWhat would you risk to snap the perfect selfie? A new study shows thousands of people are risking their lives, and hundreds have paid the ultimate price for vanity.
Facebook Says 50M User Accounts Hit By Security Breach Facebook says it recently discovered a security breach affecting nearly 50 million user accounts.
Eye On Cyber: What’s The Deal With Facial Recognition Technology?Forget about the fingerprint, more and more people are now using their face to unlock their phones. So how does it work and is it risky?
30,000 Fitness Trackers Recalled Due To Burn RiskThe devices are made by Provata Health and are black, blue or green.