Fully Self-Driving Cars Being Tested On Streets Of New York CityTwo Ford Fusion models were specially customized by Mobileye, an Israeli firm owned by Intel. 
Google Maps Rolling Out Feature To Help Commuters Avoid Crowded Public TransportationThe data will be provided by local transit agencies.
16-Year-Old Max Rome Creates New App That Can Help Drivers Locate Impossible-To-Find Parking In New York CityMemo to Big Apple drivers: There's now a new and easy way to find parking, and while doing so, you can also help a local nonprofit.
New Jersey High School Students Launch Website To Help Peers Find Pre-College OpportunitiesThree New Jersey high school students who were frustrated trying to find internships and other opportunities have come up with new technology to help others in the same boat.
Some New Yorkers Say Hacking Of MTA Shows How Vulnerable The City And Riding Public AreFor the first time, the MTA has publicly disclosed details about a cyber attack believed to have links to the Chinese government.
Technology And Innovative Ideas At Center Of Alzheimer's Foundation Of America's New Dementia-Friendly ApartmentThe Alzheimer's Foundation of America has just unveiled what's called "The Apartment."
NBA Top Shot Turning Into Quite An Investment For Sports Trading Card NFT Buyers And SellersOur world has gone digital, not just our interactions, but also money, and in trading cards.
Social Media Giants Facebook, Instagram To Give Users Option To Hide 'Likes'The 4 billion people on the two platforms get to decide if that makes them feel less competitive and happier.
Dating Apps Now Matching Singles By Vaccination StatusPopular dating apps like Tinder, Match and Bumble are making it easier for singles to find others who are vaccinated, and they're getting some help from the White House. 
Police: 3 Young People Arrested For Shaming And Harassing Conn. Middle School Students With Nude Photos On InstagramTroubling charges have been filed against three juveniles in suburban Connecticut.
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.