Instagram Takes Steps To Combat CyberbullyingOne feature will rely on artificial intelligence that notifies people when their comment may be considered offensive before it is posted. 
NYPD To Deploy Drone Technology To Keep City Safe On Fourth Of July“We can't have a cop in every location but we could fly the drone to see what's going on,” the NYPD’s Frank DiGiacomo said.
Recall Alert: Apple Recalls Some MacBook Pro Models, Batteries May Catch FireThe recall includes 15-inch Pros sold between September 2015 and February 2017.
In Effort To Combat Bullying, Instagram Rethinking 'Likes'Could the "Like" button as we know it on Instagram be changing? The head of the social media giant says it's possible.
NY Comptroller Goes After Facebook For Mishandling Personal Data, Fake News And Hate SpeechNew York state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli has written to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg demanding big changes in corporate governance.
Virginia Tech FutureHAUS Responsive Design Makes Whole House Work Like A Live-In AppBecause it’s a modular home, the home can be built and set up in less than a week.
Facebook Unveils New Cryptocurrency ‘Libra’Facebook changed the way that we communicate. Now, the social media giant wants to change how its billions of users think about cryptocurrency.
House Intel Committee Holds Hearing On 'Deep Fakes' And Doctored Videos On Social MediaThe House Intelligence Committee heard from experts on the threats that so-called "deep fake" videos and other types of artificial intelligence-generated synthetic data pose to the U.S. election system.
Unique Schools Teaching Students To Code Only Collecting Tuition Once You Get A JobCBS2's Dick Brennan explains how a career in coding might be paving the way for students – allowing them to wait before they pay.
Frontier Communications Offering $1,000 To Ditch Your Smartphone For A Flip Phone For A WeekHow does $1,000 sound? It could be yours if you're willing to swap your smartphone with a flip phone for a week.
FCC Votes To Give Phone Companies Power To Block Robocalls From Reaching YouThe Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to give wireless phone carriers the right to block those calls automatically, without needing the customer’s permission.