Trending: Apple Unveils New iPad Air, iPad MiniApple quietly announced new versions the iPad Air and iPad mini on Monday, the company's the first refresh for those products in years.
Efforts Underway To Block Growing Number Of RobocallsSeveral cellphone providers are introducing a new technology used to get rid of annoying robocalls.
New Fear For Parents As YouTube Videos Pop Up Showing Kids How To Harm ThemselvesFour minutes and forty five seconds into a seemingly harmless cartoon on YouTube, a mom says a man walked onto the screen, held his arm out and taught children watching how to kill themselves.
Message Recall On FacebookFacebook messenger users will be able to unsend texts.
Most Americans At Risk Of Having Identities StolenNinety percent of Americans don't do enough to protect their personal data.
New Generation Of Smarter RobotsResearchers in Arizona are now developing a new generation of machines that can *learn new skills.
Now Trending: Edit Feature Coming To Twitter?If you were hoping that Twitter would come out with a feature that allows you to edit your tweets...keep hoping.
You May Want To Disable Apple's Facetime For NowA bug has been discovered that lets users listen in on people they're calling without them picking up.
Could Robots Be On The Verge Of Taking Jobs Away From Hard Working Humans?Technology often makes our lives easier but a new report finds robots and automation are threatening to replace millions of jobs.
Hackers Take Control Of Nest Security Cameras, Scare People Of Hoax Missile AttackA mysterious voice came over a California family's Nest camera warning of an incoming missile attack from North Korea.
Consumer Electronics Show Has Something For EveryoneFrom meatless burgers that sizzle to smart toilets, the latest in tech and gadgets are on display at the CES in Las Vegas.
Annoying Robocalls Are Being Threatened By New FCC Standards For Mobile CarriersIt's estimated that by early next year, nearly 50 percent of all the calls you get on your cellphone will be robocalls.
Apple Unveils New ProductsApple announces new iPad Pros, MacBook Air & Mac Mini at a New York event.
Amazon's Alexa Is The Roomate You've Been Dreaming OfLennar homes has tamed up with Amazon creating a smart home powered by Alexa , Amazon’s voice activated digital assistant, to basically be your invisible roommate.
Facebook Takes Down 652 Accounts Linked To Russia, IranFacebook has identified and banned more accounts engaged in misleading political behavior ahead of the U.S. midterm elections in November.
Microsoft Stops New Russian Hack AttemptsAttempts by Russia to hack U.S. Senate and conservative groups were reportedly thwarted last week by Microsoft.
Repeal Of Net Neutrality Protections Officially Takes EffectThe controversial repeal of Obama-era net neutrality protections is officially set to take effect on Monday.
Facebook Says Privacy-Setting Bug Affected As Many As 14 Million UsersCBS Miami's Rudabeh Shahbazi reports on why Facebook users may want to double check their privacy settings.
Too Many Facebook Friends May Lead To Digital Privacy ProblemDo you know all your Facebook friends? Too many friends is a growing problem that could lead to a digital privacy problem.
Smartphone Detox: Why It's Critical To Disconnect In Our Digital WorldCBS Miami's Bianca Peters reports on the problems that can develop for people who are on their cell phone too much.
Google Using Artificial Intelligence To Help With Simple, Necessary TasksGoogle is using AI to tackle mundane, but necessary tasks like making a hair appointment, bringing AI closer to becoming a true personal assistant.
"Phubbing" Is Ruining Our RelationshipsCBS Miami's Bianca Peters reports on something that has probably happened to everyone you know but could be ruining our relationships.
A Dish Network Telemarketing Call Could Mean The Company Owes You $1200CBS Miami's Eliott Rodriguez reports on a settlement that could mean a lot of money for some people who received those annoying telemarketer calls.
Tech Companies Collaborate To Create Next-Gen Sex RobotsCBS Miami's Lauren Pastrana reports on new technology that has robots doing things that some never imagined they could do.