Facebook Unveils New Cryptocurrency ‘Libra’Facebook changed the way that we communicate. Now, the social media giant wants to change how its billions of users think about cryptocurrency.
House Intel Committee Holds Hearing On 'Deep Fakes' And Doctored Videos On Social MediaThe House Intelligence Committee heard from experts on the threats that so-called "deep fake" videos and other types of artificial intelligence-generated synthetic data pose to the U.S. election system.
Unique Schools Teaching Students To Code Only Collecting Tuition Once You Get A JobCBS2's Dick Brennan explains how a career in coding might be paving the way for students – allowing them to wait before they pay.
Frontier Communications Offering $1,000 To Ditch Your Smartphone For A Flip Phone For A WeekHow does $1,000 sound? It could be yours if you're willing to swap your smartphone with a flip phone for a week.
FCC Votes To Give Phone Companies Power To Block Robocalls From Reaching YouThe Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to give wireless phone carriers the right to block those calls automatically, without needing the customer’s permission.
Nearly 12 Million Quest Diagnostics Patients May Have Had Info Exposed In Data BreachInformation that may have been exposed included "certain financial data, Social Security numbers, and medical information" of 11.9 million Quest patients. 
BlackBerry Messenger Is Officially Extinct, Free Service Shut Down For Good On FridayIf you can remember a world without an iPhone in it, you’ll likely remember BBM came into existence in 2005.
WHO Recognizes Video Game Addiction As A Legitimate DisorderStudies show those vulnerable are unable to stop playing, even when it interferes with their lives. 
Police: Body Found In Shallow Grave On Long Island, Likely Murder Victim Of MS-13 GangInvestigators did not reveal the victim’s identity, but believe the person was one of 11 people killed by the violent gang in 2016.
Some Kids Getting Around Their Parents' Punishment By Buying 'Burner' PhonesSome parents who try to cut off their kids from social media by taking their phones may be in for a wake-up call. 
Honoring Heroes: Students Using Social Media To Remember PeersStudents are now using tragedies like the school shooting in Colorado and the sacrifice made by Riley Howell and Kendrick Castillo to spread something positive on social media.
Entire Long Island Village Urged To Fight Neighborhood Crime With Front-Door Camera TechnologyA village on Long Island has launched what it called "Operation Private Eyes." It's putting front-door camera technology to work community-wide.
Group Says Amazon Echo Dot Kids Edition Not Forgetting Personal Information It HearsChild safety advocates are demanding the federal government investigate Amazon's popular Echo Dot Kids Edition.
Hell's Kitchen Residents File Lawsuit Against Landlords Over Keyless Entry To Their BuildingsThe landlords told the court a new system installed was for security reasons, but the older tenants think they're using the technology to try and push them out.
Residents At Brooklyn High Rise Fighting Plan To Make Tenants Use Facial Recognition Security SystemNow, the apartment building's management wants to know every single resident not only by name – but by face – and biometric data.