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.
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.
Virtual Reality Is Making Surgeon Training SaferHave you ever wondered how the surgeon operating on you learned how to do your surgery?
Feds Warn Of New Sextortion Email ScamWarnings are being issued about a sextortion scam that is people over email and blackmailing them for thousands of dollars.
Police: Secaucus High School Freshmen Hacked School's Wi-Fi, Made Life Difficult For Teachers For WeekA hacking scandal has rocked a New Jersey school district. Two tech-savvy teenagers are accused of disabling their high school's Wi-Fi system.
Hello Esports? White Plains To Finally End Ban On ArcadesIn downtown White Plains, you can open a beer hall or a tattoo parlor, but not an amusement arcade.
NYPD Officer Tracks Down Missing Teen Using Video Game Chat App, Convinces Him To Come HomeStrebel also loved video games and happened to have an account on Discord, so he sent a friend request to the teenager and they started messaging back and forth online.
Driver Says His Tesla Autopilot Got Confused, Crashed On New Jersey HighwayThe driver told police the vehicle's autopilot sensor mistook a set of diagonal white lines on the roadway for a new lane.
More Than Just Playing With Fire: Visiting The Artists At UrbanGlass In Brooklyn"There is a certain sort of daredevil mentality," said director of development Rachel Feinberg.
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Brings Twitter 101 Lessons To CapitolHouse Democrats are hoping new colleague Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez can show them the path to Twitter success.
How Good Are Antivirus Tools In Today’s Age Of Cyber Threats?Experts say nearly 40 percent of successful cyberattacks last year occurred on computers that had antivirus software.
Eye On Cyber: Best Ways To Back Up Your Computer FilesBacking up our computer files is one of the things we all know we should do, but few of us do it often enough or, in some cases, at all.
Study: Limiting Kids' Screen Time Key For Better Brain Function In SchoolCan less tech time lead to better grades for pre-teens? The answer is yes, according to one study.
Digital Divorces: Games Like 'Fortnite' A Big Reason Married Couples SplitMany parents say excessive online gaming is a problem for their children. Now, some married people say it's an issue with each other.