Photos, Videos Soon Won't Count Against Twitter Character LimitIn coming months, photos, videos and other media won't count against what is now a 140-character limit. That means more wordy tweets are on the way.
Patients Beware: Experts Say Your Favorite Health App Could Provide False InformationEveryone has heard the saying 'there's an app for that' and one of the hottest areas for apps these days is in health and wellness.
Seen At 11: ‘Digital Immortality’ Could Cloning A Loved One Soon Be A Reality?Would you want to live forever? How about your parents? Would you want to be able to ask for their advice long after they're gone?
Spring Weather Brings Increased Risk That Women Will Fall Victim To ‘Upskirting’You could be a victim and not even know it, thanks to something known as 'upskirting.'
Oversharing On Social Media Could Increase Your Risk Of Being ScammedA Westchester couple was targeted by con artists who used social media to learn where they live and tracked their location.
Evan’s Law Would Allow Cops To Use ‘Textalyzers’ To Probe Distracted Driving AllegationsA bill has been introduced in New York which aims to increase distracted driver accountability.
How The FBI Might Hack Into iPhone Without Apple's HelpThe Justice Department said an "outside party" recently showed the FBI a different way to access the data on the phone used by Syed Farook, who with his wife killed 14 people in the Dec. 2 attack.
Facebook Activates 'Safety Check' In BrusselsThe company said Tuesday the system was put in use within hours of the three explosions at the Brussels airport and a metro station.
Seen At 11: Wearable Technology Gives Users Feedback On Health And FitnessWearable technology can monitor how effectively we exercise, how well we eat, and even how healthy we are.
Child Psychologist: Parents Oversharing Pictures On Social Media Harming KidsParents might be doing more harm than good by posting pictures of their children that they might think are cute or funny on social media.
DOJ: Reverse Judge's Ruling In Favor Of Apple Over FBI In iPhone CaseThe Justice Department asked a court on Monday to reverse a decision that said Apple Inc. wasn't required to pry open a locked iPhone.
Seen At 11: Social Stalking Tools Pinpoint Exact Locations Of Unsuspecting Victims“Social stalking” is becoming more prevalent.

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