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Dating App Tinder Will Launch Safety Features To Protect UsersMatchmaking app Tinder will roll out new features later this month with the goal to help users stay safe; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Consumer Reports Finds Security Issues With Women's Health AppsAn estimated 50 million women around the world use health apps, but a new investigation shows users' information may not be as protected as they think.
Operating Room 'Black Boxes' Aim To Improve Surgical SafetySurgeries are now being recorded in some Long Island operating rooms in a high tech effort to improve safety. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
'Transit Tech Lab' Held To Discuss Modernizing TravelThere's a new effort to make sure public transportation keeps up with technology.
High-Tech Innovations On Display At National Retail Federation ExpoThe worlds of shopping and technology merged at an expo in New York City, and it's not just the online experience that's getting an upgrade; Lisa Mateo reports for CBS2.
NSA Finds Serious Vulnerability In Microsoft's Operating SystemsThe National Security Agency says it has found a serious vulnerability in all of Microsoft's operating systems; Hilary Lane reports for CBS2.
DMV Service Back Up And Running After Computer OutageThe network that connects motor vehicle agencies across the country crashed for nearly four hours today. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports.
AI Being Integrated Into Everyday ProductsArtificial intelligence is improving and it's not just for self-driving cars and robots; Kara Tsuboi reports for CBS2.
OMNY Users Say They Were Charged For Extra RidesCommuters paying MTA fares using the OMNY system say they were charged for rides they didn't take.
Robots Take Center Stage At Las Vegas Electronics ShowCBS2's Kara Tsuboi has the latest on robots that may one day be in your home.
CES 2020: Latest Robotic Technology On Display In Las VegasFrom the impractical such as a robot serving up melted cheese, to something a little more realistic like a robot designed to pump out piping hot pizza to order, innovators hope new robots find a place in your home. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Automakers Revealing The Vehicles Of Tomorrow At Consumer Electronics ShowThe Consumer Electronics Show is underway in Las Vegas, and it's not just showcasing gadgets like computers and smartphones; Kara Tsuboi reports for CBS2.
Local Governments Reviewing Firewalls, Cybersecurity Over Iran ConcernsIran's vow to avenge the death of General Soleimani is raising concerns about cyberattacks; CBS2's Tony Aiello reprots.
Nation's Most Anticipated Tech Show Opens TuesdaySome companies are offering a sneak peek ahead of Tuesday's opening of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas; Kara Tsuboi reports for CBS2.
NYC May Soon Allow Drones To Do Building InspectionsCity lawmakers are attempting to overturn a 1948 law that prevents drones from conducting building inspections. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports
Top Health Trends For New DecadeIn the last decade, we've seen so many innovations in medicine from an HIV prevention pill to 3-D printing of human organs. So what's in store for the 2020s? Dr. Denise Pate, a primary care physician at Medical Offices of Manhattan, joins CBS2's Andrea Grymes and Cindy Hsu with more.
Se. Chuck Schumer Calling To Put An End To RobocallsThe New York senator's bill would require all phone carriers to provide anti-robocall blocking devices. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Ring Says Network Was Not Compromised During Staten Island HackingSecurity camera company Ring says their network was not compromised after a Staten Island family was terrorized by a hacker accessing their system.
Staten Island Family's Ring Camera HackedCBS2's Meg Baker has the latest on the teen terrorized in his own home by a hacker using the family's Ring cameras.
Newark Girls Showcase Their Coding SkillsCBS2's Charlie Cooper has the latest on the young students in Newark showing off their computer skills thanks to the Girls Who Code computer science showcase.
Girls Who Code Showcase Putting Spotlight On Tomrrow's Programmers, CreatorsHundreds of girls from grades 6 to 10 are taking part in a new event showcasing their computer programming talents. CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports.
Bar Uses Facial RecognitionIt's a controversial use for facial recognition technology. A bar in London is using it to cut the wait time for a drink.
Holiday Shoppers Turn To The Internet For Cyber MondayPeople across the country are surfing the web this Cyber Monday, looking for the best deals before the holidays; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Tech Company Creates App To Combat AddictionOpioid overdoses kill more than 130 people every day in the U.S., and as health care providers and scientists search for solutions to save lives, a Boston tech company may have found one way; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.

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