The FBI, New Jersey State Police, county and local investigators are on the trail of hackers who hijacked a Gloucester County school’s district’s computer network, demanding a ransom payment to make it usable again.
Computer system predicts the Denver Broncos to beat the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl.
Fourteen men from across New Jersey are accused of distributing child pornography online, including child rape videos.
Troopers are investigating the death of a delivery person who was crushed while removing computer equipment from a truck in north Wilmington.
Technicians are working to restore service that has shut down some New Jersey state government websites.
By Jim Donovan: I wanted to let everyone know about a number of scams that continue to target viewers in our area. While I’ve done stories in the past about these scams, they continue to […]
Fatherhood has always brought happiness and challenges to men called “dad,” but what about those men who’ve worn the title for decades.
Many of us read e-books on an e-reader, tablet or computer, but not as many will crack open a regular book with extra e-content.
CBS News announced Friday that correspondent Sharyl Attkisson’s computer was hacked by “an unauthorized, external, unknown party on multiple occasions.”
The incident happened at about 8:15 p.m. on Norris City Avenue and Stanbridge Street in East Norriton.
American Airlines flights across the country are grounded because of computer problems.
The PC looks to be nearing the end of its road, if recent sales figures are to be believed.
More and more people are having their mobile devices hacked by viruses, malware and things you’ve probably never heard of. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan reveals how it’s done so that you don’t become a victim.
After he was interviewed by federal agents, Waterman removed a computer hard drive from his garage and later destroyed it while in his patrol car at police headquarters.
Most of us have the common sense these days to be cautious opening emails from someone we don’t know, or not open suspicious attachments. But now computer crooks have found a way to target us on search engines. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan shows us how this cyber scheme works and how you can prevent it from happening.