The House has approved legislation that could potentially ban TikTok in the U.S. The bill would require TikTok’s Chinese parent company ByteDance to sell off its U.S. operations, or else face a nationwide ban. The measure passed with bipartisan support 360-58 and now heads to the Senate. Even if the bill is signed into law, […]

Last week, the House of Representatives passed a bill that would ban TikTok in the U.S. But how exactly would that work? If the bill were to be into law, China-based parent company ByteDance would have six months to find a buyer – and TikTok would remain operational in the meantime. ByteDance would also likely […]

A lawsuit filed against Temu claims the company’s app “gains access to literally everything on your phone.” The class action lawsuit — filed on behalf of more than a dozen plaintiffs in Massachusetts, California, Illinois, New York and Virginia – accuses Temu of “purposely and intentionally” hiding malware and spyware in its app, as well […]

Apple Vision Pro: Watch How It Is Being Used In The Real World On Saturday, February 2nd Apple announced the Apple Vision Pro will be available at all U.S. Apple Store locations and the U.S. Apple Store online. A product such as the Apple Vision Pro has been well anticipated by the public; but Apples […] The post Apple Vision Pro: Watch How It Is Being Used In The Real World appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.


The rise of self-checkout technology in supermarkets has led to increased frustration for both customers and workers. While self-checkout was initially seen as a way to save time and reduce labor costs, many customers complain about clunky technology and long wait times. Retailers are also dealing with issues such as theft and increased costs. Some […]


After a number of New York Walmart stores discovered credit card skimming devices at their checkouts, FICO is warning consumers about what to look out for to prevent getting scammed. If you notice anything loose or disconnected on a credit card machine, it may have been tampered with, and you should not process a payment. […]


Mark Zuckerberg spent a lot of time Wednesday night hurling keyboard insults at Elon Musk as part of the launch of his new app, Threads. Around dinnertime, the Twitter competitor launched, and shortly after it went live, Zuck attacked Musk and his bird app on the platform, which many are dubbing the “new Twitter.” First, […]

Amazon is reportedly considering offering mobile connectivity to its Prime subscribers in the US, according to a Bloomberg report. The company has held negotiations with existing US carriers, including Verizon, T-Mobile, Dish, and AT&T, about using their networks to offer mobile connectivity. Amazon spokesperson Bradley Mattinger denied that the company is actively planning to add […]

After a delayed launch, Netflix begins it’s password sharing crackdown in the U.S. The streamer had originally planned to introduce “paid sharing” to U.S. subscribers in the first quarter of this year, but pushed the start date back to the summer. Under the new rules, U.S. subscribers will have to either kick people off their […]


Here’s a test to make you feel old . . . or young if you nail it.  Someone posted a list of the most popular abbreviations people use online. 1.  DM:  Direct message 2.  JK:  Just kidding 3.  BRB:  Be right back 4.  TBH:  To be honest 5.  IRL:  In real life 6.  NSFW:  Not […]