Jessica Glazer

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What To Do If Your iPhone Is Hacked And Remotely Locked

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Some Australian users received alerts that their iPhones had been hacked and locked and were told to send money to regain access. Users in the U.S. may have been affected. Read tips on what to do.


Would You Buy A 9/11 Key Chain? Memorial Gift Shop Makes Some Cringe

Sunday, May 25, 2014

The gift shop at the new 9/11 Memorial in New York sells tote bags, plush rescue dogs and other trinkets commemorating the tragedy. What meaning can a souvenir from a mass murder have?


UC Santa Barbara Hosts Vigil For Victims Of Killing Rampage

Sunday, May 25, 2014

The college community was trying to come to terms with a rampage that left seven dead and 13 others injured. Meanwhile, police were still reviewing a 140-page manifesto left behind by the shooter.


150 Years Old, Arlington Cemetery Is Running Out Of Room

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Arlington National Cemetery is 150 years old this week, but the historic land is constantly running out of plots. Plans to expand can only delay the time when the cemetery will be full.


To Know Thyself, Collect Data On Your Dog

Sunday, May 11, 2014

There are plenty of wearable gadgets that help us track how we exercise. Now the makers of devices and apps to track data on pets and babies hope to capitalize on the quantified-self movement.


Snapchat's New Video Messages Feature Is Meant To Last Longer

Sunday, May 04, 2014

As social media companies clamor to build their messaging services, Snapchat's new chat feature brings the intimacy and immediacy of the app to longer lasting conversations.


Psst! Wearable Devices Could Make Big Tech Leaps, Into Your Ear

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Get ready for a different kind of distraction. Tech experts predict hearables, which you wear in your ear, are going to hit the market in a big way very soon. And they may change the way we behave.


Using Technology To Fix The Texting-While-Driving Problem

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Parents, cities and software companies have advocated or developed apps that block texts and calls when you're driving. But an Apple patent for locking phone functions could make a big impact.


Advice From Women About Negotiating For A Raise: Just Ask

Sunday, April 20, 2014

The evolving discussion about women and money is filled with stats and studies. But what are women experiencing day to day when they request a pay increase? Many wish they'd asked earlier.


Student Debt Weighs Down Women More. Blame The Wage Gap

Sunday, April 06, 2014

College costs the same for both genders, but women spend a higher portion of their salaries on paying off debt than men because they make less. It starts as soon as they enter the workforce.


For Lower-Income Students, Snow Days Can Be Hungry Days

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

When bad weather shuts down school or delays its openings, it locks out many needy kids from a key source of nutrition. Some 70 percent of U.S. schoolchildren who eat school lunches get them for free or at reduced prices.


Top Moments In State Of The Union History

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

When was the first State of the Union delivered? Did every president give one? Who delivered the "Four Freedoms" speech? Find out here.


What The Early State Of The Union Broadcasts Looked Like

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

The first State of the Union message was delivered by none other than George Washington. The first to be broadcast on TV? That was Harry Truman's address in 1947.


Forget Tweeting The Polar Vortex. Phones Fail In Subzero Temps

Tuesday, January 07, 2014

It may be tempting to document your wintry adventures, but don't expect your beloved device to last long in the extreme cold. Some phones fail before others, but they all have their limits.