Broadway Shows Trying New Ways To Prevent Cellphone DisruptionsThe show "Freestyle Love Supreme" has become one of the first Broadway shows to effectively ban cellphones from performances.
iBOT, The Ferrari Of Wheelchairs, Offers A Lot More Than Just MobilityThere has been a breakthrough for people who've lost their legs, suffered spinal cord injuries and have other mobility issues.
What Parents Need To Know To Keep Kids Off The Dark WebLisa Good, co-author of the book "Are Your Kids Naked Online?," stopped by to talk about the dangers of the dark web and how to keep your kids safe.
Need New Knees? ROSA Surgical Robot Now In The OR To Lend A HandIt turns out that correcting the alignment of the leg and knee is only one part of a successful operation, and that's where the artificial assistant comes in.
Sen. Schumer Pushing Bipartisan Bill That Would Help Protect School Districts From Cyber AttacksAfter a number of Long Island school districts fell victim to cyber attacks, U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer is introducing legislation to protect them all.
Apple Event 2019: How To Watch, What To ExpectAll eyes are on Apple as the tech company gears up for its annual showcase event.
Google, YouTube Fined $170 Million For Violating Children's PrivacyThe FTC says the company collected children’s data without their parents’ consent.
Uber Exec Arrested, Accused Of Stealing Trade Secrets On Self-Driving CarsAnthony Levandowski, a former Uber exec who oversaw its self-driving efforts, was charged by federal prosecutors on Tuesday with 33 counts of theft and attempted theft of trade secrets from his former employer
Back To School: Managing Your Children's Screen TimeIn this digital age, children are constantly surrounded by technology, but how can parents make sure it doesn't impede on school work?
Back To School For Scammers: Hackers Target Long Island School District With RansomwareExtortionists have struck again. This time, they're targeting schools.
Instagram Begs Users To Stop Sharing New Hoax PostInstagram has discredited a widely circulated post falsely claiming the social platform has changed its privacy policy.