Experts Urging Parents To Be Especially Vigilant Due To Increasing Number Of Online Predators During Pandemic"Stay home" orders mean kids stay online. Now, with school going virtual again for many, experts are urging parents to be vigilant.
New Questions Raised About Inappropriate 'Condo Games' On Gaming Platform RobloxThere are new questions about inappropriate content on a popular gaming platform called Roblox.
Will They Have A Good Connection? Internet, Wi-Fi Issues Plaguing Families In Rural Parts Of New JerseyAs students adjust to remote learning, many in New Jersey are still struggling to connect to the internet. And in many rural communities, families lack access to Wi-Fi.
New Study: 1 In 5 Users Taking Breaks From Social Media Due To Negativity And DivisivenessIs your anxiety level up these days? Have you been spending much more time on social media? Believe it or not, experts say those two things are very connected.
Teens React To President Trump's Threat To Ban TikTok In United States: 'Nothing Is Like TikTok!'Government officials have raised concerns about national security and say China could collect Americans' personal data through the app.
Trump Says He Plans To Ban TikTok From U.S.; App Manager Responds, 'We're Not Planning On Going Anywhere'President Donald Trump says he'll take action as soon as Saturday to ban the popular video app TikTok from the U.S.
Social Media's Role In The Racial Justice Movement: 'The Conversation Is Moving So Much More Quickly'Protests after the death of George Floyd—and hard conversations about race in America—are happening all across the country. Three people reveal how they've found a new role for social media in the movement for racial justice.
Oura CEO Harpreet Rai Discusses Working With NBA To Provide Oura Rings For PlayersThe NBA has signed a deal to provide every player with Oura Rings, wearable tech that measures temperature, heart rate and more.
#BlackoutTuesday Takes Over Social Media As Corporations Urged To Go Silent In Solidarity Against RacismYou may have noticed your social media feed was filled with black tiles in observance of Black Out Tuesday. It is a call to action to disrupt and dismantle racism.
Stony Brook Senior Uses Tech Skills To Purchase, Program Tablets For Families To Speak To Loved Ones With COVID-19A graduating college senior is turning his loss into an opportunity to help others.
President Trump Signs Executive Order Taking Aim At Social Media CompaniesPresident Trump on Thursday signed an executive order taking aim at the legal shield that protects social media companies from liability for content posted by users on their platforms.
Adapting To Coronavirus: NYC Wedding Planning Business Now Coordinating Couples' Big Days Online With EaseA local business is stepping in to ensure couples who are going forward with their weddings online can do so smoothly.
Reimagining Education: How Big Will Technology's Role Be When Students, Teachers Return To Class?It's almost certain the face-to-face learning students have always known is not what they'll encounter in the fall.
Virtual Clubs Helping New York's Nightlife Scene Stay Alive While Still Social DistancingOrganizers want the vibe online to feel like the real thing. That means there's a $10 cover charge, private tables, a wait to get in, and even a dress code.
Coronavirus Tips: How To Balance Your Screen Time And Giving Your Eyes A BreakWhile it's nice to stay connected - with Zoom meetings, family Facetime calls, endless Netflix and scrolling on our phones - coronavirus isolation has everyone spending more time than ever staring at screens.