New York Sen. Chuck Schumer is calling for the release of a federal report that could increase school bus safety and is also pushing to get the government to help fund local camera efforts. CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan reports
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Schumer Calls On Feds To Help With School Bus CamerasNew York Sen. Chuck Schumer is calling for the release of a federal report that could increase school bus safety and is also pushing to get the government to help fund local camera efforts. CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan reports
Holiday Shopping: Tips For Picking The Best SmartphoneIf a new phone is on your wish list, Sree Sreenivasan, professor of digital innovation at Stony Brook University, has some advice for picking the right one.
Glitch Sends Out Valentine's Day Texts Nine Months LaterNine months later, thousands of Valentine's Day text messages are fresh in the phones of many across the country; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Overusing EarPods May Lead To InfectionsCBS2's Ali Bauman has the latest on the health risks tied to using wireless headphones.
Stony Brook University Researchers Develop World's Largest Immersive Visualization CabinsOn Long Island, one of the fastest computers in the world is used to possibly save lives; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
New Technology Helps Save Westchester Teen With Brain TumorAmazing technology is helping surgeons perform the most delicate of all operations, brain surgery; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
NJ Gov. Phil Murphy Expands Access To Coding, Technology Education In Public SchoolsNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy says he's expanding access to coding and other technology education in public schools; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Hiker's Apple Watch Saves Him After Fall Off CliffCBS2's Jessica Layton speaks to the New Jersey hiker who was saved by a feature on his watch after falling off a cliff.
Are Your Phone's Apps Secretly Listening In On You? Experts Say NoMany believe we are being spied on by social media companies to target ads, but researchers say that's not the case. CBS2's Cindy Pom reports.
Some LI School Districts Buying Technology That Helps Detect VapingOfficials on Long Island have announced plans to combat the vaping crisis; CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan reports.
App Allows Homeowners To Rent Out DrivewaysA new app allows homeowners to put their driveways up for rent to commuters; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
NJ TRANSIT Presents Autonomous ShuttlesThe agency is present autonomous shuttles to local municipalities at an expo in Edison.
AAA Says Car Safety Technology Is UnreliableCBS' Kris Van Cleave has the latest on AAA's new findings saying technology meant to stop cars before hitting a pedestrian does not work well.
New Wheelchair Is A Breakthrough In MobilityIt may look liked a souped-up electric wheelchair, but CBSN New York's Dr. Max Gomez says it's so much more.
Have Your Kids Gone To The Dark Web?Lisa Good, cyber security expert and co-author of the book "Are Your Kids Naked Online?," stopped by to talk about the dangers of the dark web and how to keep your kids safe.
Sen. Schumer Announces Legislation To Prevent School CyberattacksA number of Long Island schools have fallen victim to hacks on their computer data systems in the past few months. CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan reports.
AI Better Than Ever But Still Falling Short Of Thinking, Judgement Calls Like HumansFrom self-driving cars to robots that learn on their own, great strides are being made in artificial intelligence. CBS2's Lisa Mateo reports.
NYC School Bus GPS System Still Not WorkingCBS2's Natalie Duddridge has the latest on the complaints from New York City parents who say the city's school bus GPS system is still not working as promised.
ATM Inventor Honored On 50th AnniversaryThe man credited with inventing the first ATM on Long Island was honored for his history-making creation. CBS2's Scott Rapoport reports.
New York State Lawmakers Push For Robocall Crackdown BillThe New York State Assembly is holding a hearing on how to reduce nuisance calls. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
MTA: Don't Go On Tracks To Save Your AirPodsCBS2's Dave Carlin has the latest on the MTA's efforts to discourage people from going onto subway tracks to get their fallen AirPods.
YouTube Fined $170 Million Over Violating Children's Privacy RightsIn the $170 million settlement, the FTC found Google collected children's data without their parents' consent. Of the total settlement, $34 million will go to New York state for similar violations. CBS2's Chirs Wragge reports.
Cyber-Attack Shuts Down Orange County District's First Day Of SchoolThe largest school district in suburban Orange County was forced to cancel the first day of classes after a cyber-attack on its computer system. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Back To School: Advice For Parents On How To Manage Screen TimeAs kids head back to school, one concern for a lot of parents is screen time; CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.