How to avoid ‘digital damage’

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Admit it: that handheld electronic device you may be using to read this article is an addiction. Your thumbs and fi…

McClain spoke to students on Friday about the math and science used in the space program and how to achieve their dreams.

Astronaut speaks to local students

COLUMBUS, Ga. – A NASA astronaut spoke to local fifth and sixth graders at Columbus State University’s Coca-Cola Space Science Center.  Astr…


App aims to stop cyber bullying

TAMPA, FL (WFLA) — It’s being called a hate virus, kids going online to bully others, but there’s a way for parents to now figure out if the…


Safety apps to keep your family safe

(WFLA) – In an emergency, your phone can be your biggest ally. Many apps are designed to protect your family. Safety apps can track and shar…

FILE - In this Jan. 5, 2011, file photo, Tyrell Coley, 21, holds his iPhone displaying his Twitter account in the Queens borough of New York. A new poll finds African American millennials are just as engaged in getting news online as their white counterparts, further debunking a long-held belief that people of color are at risk of being left behind technologically. The AP-NORC study found no evidence to suggest that African Americans and Hispanics lag behind in terms of technology use with nearly all millennials across racial and ethnic groups using a smartphone, and half using a tablet.  (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

Hackers steal 225,000 iPhone accounts

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Nearly a quarter of a million iPhone accounts have been compromised. Hackers stole more than 225,000 Apple accounts fr…

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