Experts Warn Hackers Are Taking Advantage Of Many People Working Online From Home During The PandemicThe coronavirus pandemic has made more people dependent on technology and criminals have taken this as an opportunity to target people with online scams.
Apple Rolls Out Major New Privacy Protections For iPhones, iPadsIt's no secret that the smartphone apps we use track our online habits and build a profile that is used to send us targeted advertisements, but that's changing for people who own an Apple device.
White Plains Installing More Than 1,000 Solar Panels As Part Of Push To Increase Renewable EnergyA new solar project in White Plains may light the way for many more across the state.
NFTs Making A Splash -- And Big Bucks -- In The Art World And Beyond, But What Are They?An NFT -- short for non-fungible token -- is the latest cryptocurrency craze. Think Bitcoin, but instead of holding a coin or dollar, you hold an asset, like art, tickets, music.
Evolving Social Media Apps Like Clubhouse Emphasize Talking Over TextingOver the past year people have communicated online more than ever before. A new generation of social media platforms are trading texting for talking.
Joseph Chase Oaks Of Alabama Accused Of Targeting Hundreds Of People In New York, Across Country In Cell Phone Number ScamThe suspect is charged with grand larceny and identity theft, accused of targeting 300 people in New York and across the country to steal identities and $150,000 in cryptocurrency like bitcoin.
3D Printed Home Listed On Long Island Could Be Game Changer For Affordable HousingProponents say the cost of 3D technology construction is 50% cheaper than comparable newly constructed homes in Riverhead and 10 times faster.
Critics Of Facial Recognition Technology Target NYC And The State With 'Ban The Scan' CampaignFacial recognition uses algorithms to automatically detect faces from surveillance cameras and social media and it tries to match the images with a country-wide mug shot database.
Consumer Electronics Show Goes Virtual During PandemicIf you like gadgets, a lot of new ones were on display at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, and as you might imagine, this year, many of them were designed with the pandemic in mind.
Schools: The New Normal | State, New York City Make Moves To Bridge Digital Divide For Remote LearningThe digital divide has been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic.
New York City Buildings Now Required To Display Recently Released Energy Efficiency GradesThe grades are in and half of New York City's buildings are considered energy deficient.
'Legal Equalizer' App Helps People Know Their Rights, Safely Interact With Police: 'Accountability On All Sides For Everybody'The Founder and CEO of the Legal Equalizer app hopes that it will help to de-escalate situations between police and citizens by providing accountability on all sides.
COVID Pandemic Reshaping Holiday Shopping Season As Retailers Offer Major Deals In OctoberMajor retailers are kicking off Black Friday in October with major deals online, trying to lure families who may be more budget conscious.
N.Y., N.J. Unveil New 'COVID Alert' Apps That Notify Users If They're Within 6 Feet Of Someone Who Has Tested PositiveNew York, along with other states in the Northeast, are taking the tracking of COVID-19 cases to a new level.
Campaign 2020: Security Experts Say Cybercriminals Are Again Trying To Interfere With U.S. Election SystemIntelligence officials say operatives in certain countries are attempting once again to sow distrust in our system.