"It really feels like this is a haven where you can be hopeful," library clerk Brian Mealy told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
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At Floyd Memorial Library In Greenport, Learning Never Stops"It really feels like this is a haven where you can be hopeful," library clerk Brian Mealy told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Homeless Students May Have To Wait Until Next Summer For Wi-FiMayor Bill de Blasio has promised to install Wi-Fi in every homeless shelter for school children struggling with remote learning. But now, the city says some kids may not get steady internet until next summer. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Consumer Alert Over 'FBI Scam'Elise Preston takes a look at how con artists are convincing innocent victims to hand over millions of dollars.
Justice Department Files Anti-Trust Lawsuit Against GoogleThe Justice Department has filed an anti-trust lawsuit accusing Google of an illegal monopoly over search and search-related advertising.
Facebook Says It Will Ban Posts That Deny The HolocaustThe social media giant announced it is expanding its hate speech policy to include content that distorts or denies the Holocaust.
COVID Pandemic Reshaping Holiday Shopping Season As Retailers Offer Major Deals In OctoberMajor retailers are kicking off Black Friday in October with major deals online, trying to lure families who may be more budget conscious. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Trump Administration Cracking Down On TikTokAccording to the Commerce Department, beginning Sunday, American users will be blocked from downloading both TikTok and WeChat.
New Rochelle Schools Lack Bandwidth For Online Learning, Officials SayThe new normal for schools in New York's seventh largest city is dealing with a broadband bust. Just days before school was set to begin with teachers in classrooms and students at home, New Rochelle tells parents it lacks the bandwidth to make that happen; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Schools: The New Normal | Cybersecurity ConcernsWith many students starting the school year online, concerns are growing over possible cyber attacks. Classes and meetings have already been hacked by online intruders. As CBS2's Jessica Layton reports, that's not all you have to watch out for.
Cyber Security Concerns Grow With Students Starting School Year OnlineWith many students starting the school year online, concerns are growing over possible cyber attacks. Classes and meetings have already been hacked by online intruders, and that's not all you have to watch out for; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
President Donald Trump Threatens To Ban TikTokThe social media app TikTok is a favorite for teens -- and a favorite target for President Donald Trump. The president has threatened to ban the platform, but the company says it's not going anywhere; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
#ChallengeAccepted Social Media Movement Inspires Women To Post Black & White Photos Of ThemselvesThe premise of #ChallengeAccepted is that the photos promote female empowerment and that nominating friends to take part in the campaign is a way for women to support each other. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Chiropractor Offers Suggestions On How To Ease 'Work From Home' PainsIf you're like millions of Americans, you've been spending hours working at your home computer, and chances are that many of you are feeling all kinds of aches and pains. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Google, Facebook, Amazon, Apple CEOs Testify Before House Judiciary Antitrust SubcommitteeThe CEOs of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google are having a rare turn in the congressional spotlight on Wednesday, with lawmakers posing a critical — and potentially perilous — question for the technology titans: Are you guys too powerful? Nancy Chen reports.
Tech Leaders Face Capitol Hill GrillingThe CEOs of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google's parent company Alphabet will testify before the House Judiciary Committee's anti-trust panel.
Oura CEO Harpreet Rai Discusses Working With NBA To Provide Oura Rings For PlayersThe NBA has signed a deal to provide every player with Oura Rings, wearable tech that measures temperature, heart rate and more. The organization is hoping the rings will help identify players with coronavirus symptoms. Oura CEO Harpreet Rai talked to CBS2's Steve Overmyer.
Reimagining Education: What Will Tech's Role Be In The Classroom After COVID-19?As the school year comes to a close, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has convened a committee with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to reimagine education for students when school goes back in session in the fall. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez spoke to educators about their expectations toward what that will look like.
How To Digitally Detox While Stuck At Home Amid The Coronavirus PandemicHome, work, rest and play are all wrapped up in the same space right now, and most of that time is spent looking at a screen. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge went searching for some tips to deal with technology fatigue.
Virtual Easter Takes Place All Over Tri-State AreaWith houses of worship closed everywhere due to the coronavirus outbreak, many parishioners took to the internet to celebrate Easter. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports
Coronavirus Update: Your Trip Canceled? Virtual Vacation Is An OptionFor many students and teachers, this week would be spring break, but as the quarantine continues, trips have been canceled and kids remain cooped up inside. But some parents are still finding a way to getaway online; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Coronavirus: Parents Frustrated As NYC Department Of Education Bans Use Of ZoomSecurity and privacy concerns have prompted the New York City Department of Education to ban the use of Zoom; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
It Was A Virtual Palm Sunday For ManyCardinal Dolan held Palm Sunday mass on Sunday inside an empty St. Patrick's Cathedral as many parishioners watched online. It was yet another reality of the coronavirus outbreak. CBS2's Tara Jakeway reports
Coronavirus Update: NYC's Department Of Education Wants Schools To Stop Using Zoom Video Conferencing ServiceZoom began offering its premium video conferencing service to schools for free during the coronavirus pandemic, but hackers have been disrupting meetings.
Zoom Bombers Disrupt Meetings, CallsThe video conference app Zoom has risen to popularity during the coronavirus pandemic, but there are concerns about hackers hijacking calls; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.