Eye On Cyber: What Exactly Is ‘The Cloud’ And How Does It Work?If you’re emailing, sharing photos or using social media, you might not realize it, but you’re probably already living much of your electronic life in the cloud.
Lawmakers Want 'Cyber Flashing' Outlawed, Call For Jail Time For Anyone Doing It Imagine a lewd image popping up on your phone from a complete stranger.
CBS2's Parents' Guide To Buying Electronics For Your KidsA lot of kids are asking for electronics this holiday season, but parents need to stay aware of tech safety before bringing them home.
How Good Are Antivirus Tools In Today’s Age Of Cyber Threats?Experts say nearly 40 percent of successful cyberattacks last year occurred on computers that had antivirus software.
Is #FacebookMessenger Down?Several users have reported having issues replying to messages or sending messages Thursday morning.
DOJ: Iranian Hackers Held Newark, Other Cities, Hospitals For RansomAuthorities say two men used ransomware to lock up computer files and demand Bitcoin payments for fix.
Shoppers Gear Up For Cyber MondayWith Black Friday and Small Business Saturday in the rear-view mirror, shoppers are now gearing up for Cyber Monday.
Eye on Cyber: How Encryption Helps Protect Your Personal DataWith cyber risks on the rise, many people wonder if anything they send or store online is safe. One of the best ways to secure that information is encryption.
Tech Stocks Tumble, Lose Whole Year Of Gains On MarketThe hottest tech stocks of the summer lost more than $1 trillion dollars of value from their highs, with Apple and Facebook seeing slow sales and possible government regulation.
Eye On Cyber: Don’t Let Hackers Crack Your Home RouterHome routers that provide internet and Wi-Fi access have become an everyday convenience, and some would say necessity. But the FBI and others warn they can also be an entry-point for hackers.
Amazon Makes It Official: Long Island City Will Host Part Of Its 2nd HeadquartersThe tech giant says the move will bring more than 25,000 jobs to Queens, but not all New Yorkers are happy about the decision in an already crowded city.
NYC Pilot Program Allows Vehicles To 'Talk' To Each OtherNew technology that allows vehicles to talk to each other is being tested in the Big Apple. They're called "connected vehicles."