Ed's Tech Notes: New iPhone 13 Goes On Sale, Microsoft Unveils New TechnologyApple’s new iPhone 13 line is not a big redesign of the iPhone 12, but the new phones do have better cameras, batteries, and processing. Meanwhile, Microsoft unveiled new hardware for its upcoming Windows 11 operating system. CBS 2’s Ed Curran breaks it down.
Local Dad And CPS Alum Launches Carpooling App, PiggyBack, Amid School Bus Driver ShortageA local dad is offering a solution to the ongoing school bus driver shortage – in the form of a carpooling app.
Facebook Picks Des Plaines To Test New 'Neighborhoods' Feature, Taking On Popular Apps Like NextdoorFacebook seemingly wants to take over the world - one neighborhood at a time. It has a new product to take on the likes of popular apps like Nextdoor, and the Facebook plan is being tested in one Chicago suburb.
Story Of Suburban Mom Being Hacked And Locked Out Of Facebook Resonates With Many Others Around Country Who've Had It HappenOur story on a local Facebook hacking victim touched a nerve with people across the country, and now they're telling us about their own struggles to regain access to their accounts.
FCC Program Offering $50 Off Internet Bills For Millions Of AmericansIt's aimed at helping people who are facing extreme financial hardship stay connected during the pandemic.
Oak Lawn Woman Got Locked Out Of Her Facebook Business Account, And Even Facebook Can't Be Sure If The Email To Blame Was A ScamAn Oak Lawn woman said she was shut out of her company’s Facebook page – and even Facebook itself isn’t sure whether it’s a scam or not.
'Legal Equalizer' App Helps People Know Their Rights, Safely Interact With Police: 'Accountability On All Sides For Everybody'The Founder and CEO of the Legal Equalizer app hopes that it will help to de-escalate situations between police and citizens by providing accountability on all sides.
Pullman Porter Museum Director Says His Facebook Page Was Hacked And Used To Scam PeopleGetting hacked on Facebook is nothing new, but on Tuesday night, the director of a historic Chicago museum said that hackers have been using his account to scam people online.
Lightfoot: Free High Speed Internet Available To 100,000 CPS Students"This program is a critical component of our STEP agenda and the efforts to end poverty and a part of our mission to drive improved academic outcomes at CPS.”
T-Mobile Users Around Country Report Problems With Calls, TextsT-Mobile users in Chicago and around the country were reporting major problems making calls and sending text messages Monday.
Zoom Booms As Pandemic Drives Millions To Its Video ServiceOverall, Zoom now has more than 300 million daily participants attending a meeting held on its service, up from 10 million five months ago. Those numbers include people who join multiple Zoom meetings during the same day, something that has been happening more recently in recent months.
Illinois Grants To Help Expand Broadband, Digital Access
Joliet High School Class In Remote Learning Session Subjected To Racial Slurs, Porn In Zoombombing AttackHigh school students in Joliet were the targets of a new Zoombombing attack.
Printing Out A Solution For The COVID-19 Problem"Every day a new person is showing up and it's a completely selfless act."
Ransomware Attack Renders LaSalle County Government Computers UnusableHackers looking to score cash are now targeting the government in LaSalle County, Illinois.