Eye On Cyber: Inflight Airplane Wi-Fi Poses Public Security RisksSecurity experts say most airplane internet connections are not encrypted and are just as insecure as using public wi-fi in a coffee shop.
NYC Pilot Program Allows Vehicles To 'Talk' To Each OtherNew technology that allows vehicles to talk to each other is being tested in the Big Apple. They're called "connected vehicles."
Researchers: Wi-Fi Can Be Used To Detect BombsDetecting danger may be easier -- and cheaper -- than we think.
Wi-Fi Security Flaw Could Make Every Device You Own Vulnerable To HackersResearchers in Belgium uncovered a flaw in WiFi security that makes every device you use on WiFi vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Can iOS 11 Record You Without You Knowing? Experts Say YesBeta testers of the iPhone's new software have voiced their shock at the ability to record friends on Snapchat without their knowledge.
Seen At 11: Getting Hacked Mid-Flight Is Easier Than You ThinkExperts said no system is "hack-proof," but you can help protect yourself by installing anti-virus software and making sure you use a firewall.
More Wi-Fi, Cell Service Coming To NYC SubwayGov. Andrew Cuomo detailed the improvements Friday, saying the five-year, $29 billion plan will restore New York's legacy of building big for future generations.
Non-Profit, Jersey On, Offering Free Wi-Fi Hotspots To Newark StudentsThe offer comes after Jersey On founder Josh Gottheimer said the non-profit linked up with the city.
Officials: LinkNYC Wi-Fi Plan Must Benefit All Of CityNew York City Comptroller Scott Stringer and the five borough presidents want to make sure that a plan to turn outmoded pay phones into Wi-Fi hot spots benefits the entire city.
New LinkNYC Plan Would Replace Pay Phones With Citywide Wi-FiPay phones on New York City streets would be done away with, under a plan that would replace them with stand-alone devices offering free Wi-Fi and nationwide phone calls as well as mobile phone charging capability.
NJ TRANSIT Expanding Wi-Fi To 30 More Stations This YearSpokesman William Smith said the agency is aiming to start equipping trains next year -- but only certain cars, not the entire train.
Marriott Fined $600,000 For Jamming Guests' Wi-Fi NetworksMarriott International will pay the government a $600,000 fine for jamming conference attendees' own Wi-Fi networks at one of its hotels, forcing them instead to pay as much as $1,000 each to use the hotel's own connection.