Phoenix Airport Offering Biometric Scanners To Shorten WaitPassengers with a membership will move through a separate line where their identities would be verified with “the tap of a finger or blink of the eye.”
New App Changing Way Parents, Kids Handle ChoresIn today’s high-tech world, many parents are no longer giving their kids cash to do chores. Now, there are allowance apps that help parents teach kids how to be financially responsible while earning money.
How Europe’s New GDPR Impacts Privacy Policies In The U.S., WorldwideYou may have noticed your inbox is flooded lately with several companies suddenly announcing new privacy policies.
Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Online Sales Tax CaseThe Supreme Court expressed concerns Tuesday about doing away with a rule that prevents consumers from being charged sales tax on some online purchases.
Hidden, Secret Apps Becoming Increasingly Popular Among TeensSomewhere in the depths of your child’s phone could be a lot more than meets the eye. Apps lurking behind the curtains allow kids to have secret conversations with strangers, send private photos and more.
How To Protect Your Personal Data On FacebookThe data firm Cambridge Analytica is accused of improperly accessing the personal information of 50 million Facebook users.
Bronx Girls Learn About Careers In CybersecurityStudents from Michelangelo Junior High School in the Bronx learned about cyber security Thursday at IBM’s Cyber Girls Day, like how to protect websites and devices from hackers.
Kids Use Tech So Much They Can't Hold A Pencil Anymore, Doctors Saya group of doctors is now saying young children in the digital generation can't even hold a pen or pencil anymore.
New Rochelle Schools Introduce App That Lets Students Anonymously Report BullyingSafety has dominated the conversation at New Rochelle High School after one student was slashed and two others were stabbed last month.
Childhood Experts Call On Facebook To Pull 'Messenger Kids' AppLast month, Facebook launched Messenger Kids for children under the age of 13. Now, some are calling on the social media site to pull the plug.
Daring Or Dangerous? Crime-Tracking Apps Could Be Putting People In Harm’s WayWhile the goal of most of these apps is situational awareness so you can avoid danger, the fear is that some will actually be more attracted to it.
News On The Rocks: How Smartphones Have Shaped iGenDo you ever worry that your teen stays holed up in his or her room, not venturing out with friends or dates as much as you did at that age? The good news is: They’re not alone.