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.
Schools: The New Normal | Remote Learning Raises Concerns About Possible CyberattacksClasses and meetings have already been hacked by online intruders, and that's not the only thing you'll have to watch out for.
Coronavirus Update: New York Public Library Sees Rise In E-Book ReadershipThe library is also offering virtual tutoring and help with homework.
Shopping, Technology Merge At NYC ExpoThe blending of the real and virtual worlds is part of an effort to attract shoppers, especially younger generations.
What Health Trends And Medical Innovations Will Next Decade Bring?The last decade brought several medical innovations, from a pill to prevent HIV to 3-D printed human organs. So what’s in store for the next 10 years?
Gov. Murphy Touts New Initiative Designed To Give N.J. Students Opportunity To Study TechnologyPhil Murphy has some important news for every parent of a school student. The governor is expanding access to coding and other technology education to everyone.
Apple Event 2019: How To Watch, What To ExpectAll eyes are on Apple as the tech company gears up for its annual showcase event.
Blockchain Technology Makes Buying Concert Tickets Cheaper, And May End Robots Buying In BulkThere’s always the looming risk of identity fraud and scalpers, but some companies say a newer, cheaper and more secure way of buying tickets is taking off.
Virginia Tech FutureHAUS Responsive Design Makes Whole House Work Like A Live-In AppBecause it’s a modular home, the home can be built and set up in less than a week.
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.
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.
New Generation Of Drones Can Go Under Water And Quietly Flap Like BirdsThe flapping drone can fly for much longer than traditional 30-minute helicopter drones.
Stepping Into The Future: New Hi-Tech Exoskeletons Giving Stroke Victims The Ability To Walk AgainCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports that a concept you’d expect to see in a sci-fi movie is now helping real life stroke patients.
Eye On Cyber: VPNs Help Protect Your Privacy When Using An Unsecured Wi-Fi NetworkThink about all the times you’ve read emails in the coffee shop or done some online banking at the gym. Chances are, any data that was transmitted could also possibly be seen by others on the same unsecured network.
What Are This Year's Top Tech Toys?CBS2’s Alex Denis spoke with CNet.com editor Dan Ackerman to learn more about the top tech gifts.