Coronavirus Update: As You Live And Play Virtually, Be Careful Not To Tax Your Internet ServiceLiving in a virtual world is helping so many of us stay connected, entertained and active during this new norm of social distancing.
Apple Warns Older iPhones Will Lose Internet, GPS If Not Updated Before Daylight Saving Time EndsIf it ain't broke, don't fix it... right? Well, some Apple product users may not have a choice this weekend as we set the clocks back Sunday morning.
Consumer Alert: Several Rate Hikes Set To Hit Spectrum TV & Internet Customers In New YorkIf you’re a Charter Spectrum customer in New York, that’s not a typo on your cable bill, you’ve been hit with the company’s latest rate hike.
Eye On Cyber: How To Protect Your Devices Against RansomwareIf your phone falls victim to a ransom attack, it may be tempting to just pay up. Before you do, think twice.
Eye On Cyber: How To Protect Your Home From Cyber CriminalsA high-tech home could become an invitation for cyber criminals to steal your belongings, as well as your privacy.
Eye On Cyber: How To Create A Secure PasswordUsing easy-to-remember passwords is dangerous. Fortunately, there are tools and tricks you can use to avoid putting yourself at risk.
California Senators Reach Agreement On Net Neutrality BillCalifornia’s bill is one of the nation’s most aggressive efforts to continue net neutrality, and the deal comes after a bitter fight among Democrats over how far the state should go.
Study: Too Much Internet Use Prone To Addiction-Like WithdrawalA new study appears to show the affects internet addiction has on your body and how it relates to alcohol or drug withdrawl.
Seen At 11: New Yorkers Asked Google 'Am I An Alcoholic' And 'Who Killed Biggie'Many people rely on Internet searches, quickly learning things like “the fastest downtown,” “the closest deli,” or “the right tip amount.”
Seen At 11: Online Couples CounselingCouples are seeking help from real live therapists, doing the session all on the Internet.
Seen At 11: Online Data Damage ControlA bad post, an incriminating picture or a nasty comment can live on the Web forever -- or does it?
Should Couples Share Passwords?According to a recent Pew study, 67 percent of Internet users in a marriage or committed relationship have shared the password to one or more of their online accounts with their spouse or partner.
Online Scammers Claim To Bear Bad News While Targeting Your Personal InformationA new Internet scam looks legitimate but has the potential to unleash a Pandora's box of viruses and spyware onto your computer.
Subway Rider Snoozes On Complete Stranger's ShoulderIf you were to search for the phrase "sleeping on shoulder" you would find plenty of images of family members, friends, and babies, but you might not expect to find two strangers nestled together.
Survey Finds Internet Makes People Rude; New Yorkers AgreeA recent national survey called rudeness a "national crisis," with 70 percent of respondents blaming technology for the spike in disrespect.