According to the company, nearly 32% of those asked identified non-business web surfing – including social media use – as the biggest “brain drain” at work.
As Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl explains, it’s a “procedure” that’s causing some controversy.
That’s down from 2012, when 49% of traffic could be attributed to real, living people.
A 19-year-old male from northern New Jersey has been arrested for allegedly using three separate Facebook accounts to send pornographic materials to underage girls in Ocean County.
A new poll finds more New Jersey residents want to smoke pot than gamble over the Internet.
Wi-Fi Finder lets you locate both free and paid WiFi, covering 650,000 locations in 144 countries.
A man who gained Internet fame as “Kai the Hatchet-Wielding Hitchhiker” has been indicted on murder charges in the beating death of an elderly New Jersey man.
Human breast milk is sold for babies on several online sites for a few dollars an ounce, but a new study says buyer beware: Testing showed it can contain potentially dangerous bacteria including salmonella.
A new survey from the Pew Research Center shows that 71% of those between 18 and 29 years old cite the internet as their main news source.
The Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa on Wednesday received New Jersey’s first Internet gambling permit.
A Delaware County man was sentenced to five years in prison for a series of despicable internet messages, including threats and perverted messages targeting a local personality and her relatives.
3 On Your Side’s Nicole Brewer reports that depending on where you go and get online, there can be a disconnect at some businesses.
“Businesses are embracing the Internet to find new customers or connect with existing customers and really to grow their operations,” Google director of small business engagement Scott Levitan says.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan looks at the findings and offers some helpful advice for keeping transactions secure.
“We want to give you control of what data you share and with whom for explicit value received,” says Michael Fertik, CEO of Reputation.com.