Seen At 11: Hackers Can Access Sensitive Data If They Get A Hold Of Your Old PhoneIf you've sold or traded an old phone you might think that all of your old information was wiped away.
NJ First Responders Use Virtual Reality Facility To Train For Active Shooter SituationsA first of its kind facility in New Jersey takes first responder training to the next level – beyond reality and into the unknown.
JetBlue To Begin Testing Facial Recognition Check-InInstead of presenting a boarding pass, a camera will compare a passenger's facial scan to their passport photo.
Broken Heart? Yup, There's An App For ThatHeartbreak is never easy and sometimes your friends and family aren't always available when you really need to talk to someone. Now, there are apps to help you pick up the pieces.
San Francisco Start-Up Unveils Shocking Way To Give Athletes An EdgeAthletes are always looking for an edge -- a better workout technique or device that will make them stronger, faster, or more explosive.
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.
Seen At 11: Who Else Has Access To Your Surveillance Cameras?You install a security camera to keep an eye on your business or home, and keep your family safe.
‘Wannacry’ Ransomware Attack Hits Businesses In Dozens Of CountriesA huge extortion cyber attack hit dozens of nations. The attack held computer data for ransom at hospitals, telecommunications firms, and other companies.
‘Da Vinci Robot’ Provides Safer, Less Painful Breast Reconstruction For Cancer SurvivorsBut complications from radiation and their cancer surgery can make that reconstruction difficult.
Seen At 11: Are Brighter Headlights Creating A Dangerous Distraction On The Road?It's a problem often made worse by car owners installing the lights after market at the wrong angle and height.
Google Targets 'Fake News,' Offensive Search SuggestionsThe changes announced Tuesday reflects Google's confidence in a new screening system designed to reduce the chances that its influential search engine will highlight untrue stories about people and events, a phenomenon commonly referred to as "fake news.''
Seen At 11: Some See Smartphones As An Addiction, But Can They Also Be A Cure?But can smartphones help kids steer clear of more dangerous behaviors or is the digital distraction just another potential addiction?

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