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Tech Center: NextDoor's Trick Or Treating MapPittsburgh Today Live's Mikey Hood has a closer look at NextDoor's Trick or Treating map.
Pa. Launches New Coronavirus Exposure Notification AppPennsylvania's new coronavirus exposure-notification app is now available on app stores.
Tech Center: Preventing Unwanted CallsPittsburgh Today Live's Mikey Hood has a look at how to prevent making unwanted calls.
Reporter Update: Shelby Cassesse - Instagram Changes LikesKDKA's Shelby Cassesse reports on Instagram's decision to set "Like" counts to only show to the person who posted the photo.
Reporter Update: Bob Allen - High School Cell Phone BanA local school is banning cell phone use during the school day. KDKA's Bob Allen explains.
Reporter Update: Lindsay Ward - CybercrimeKDKA's Lindsay Ward reports on how people and businesses can protect themselves from cyber attacks.
Lindsay Ward - Reporter Update: Norwin Snapchat ConcernsA male Snapchat user is contacting grade school students, asking for nudes in exchange for money. KDKA's Lindsay Ward explains.
Reporter Update: Jon Delano - 2019 Global Innovation SummitKDKA's Jon Delano reports on a STEAM event in Pittsburgh, hosted by the Chinese Association for Science and Technology.
Officials Warn Apps, Social Media Can Help Predators Groom, Entice TeensThere are hundreds of apps that kids can easily download for free to post, snap, share and tweet, but advocates and law enforcement say often, kids share too much; KDKA's Kym Gable reports.
Law Enforcement, Advocates Warn Of Apps Putting Young Users In DangerThere are hundreds of apps that kids can easily download for free to post, snap, share and tweet, but advocates and law enforcement say often, kids share too much; KDKA's Kym Gable reports.
Cedar Point Says It Will Allow Cellphones On Steel VengeanceCedar Point is making a policy change to allow cellphones on their Steel Vengeance roller coaster.
Feds Conduct First Test Of 'Presidential Alert' SystemIf you have a cellphone, it probably buzzed and beeped loudly this afternoon around 2:18 p.m. with the first nationwide test of the system built by the federal government and cellphone carriers to warn Americans of an emergency; KDKA's John Shumway reports.
Reporter Update: Feds Conduct First Test Of 'Presidential Alert' SystemIf you have a cellphone, it probably buzzed and beeped loudly this afternoon around 2:18 p.m.; KDKA's John Shumway reports.
‘Presidential Alert’: FEMA To Test Emergency Alert SystemA testing plan is now in the works for presidential alerts that can be used only for national emergencies; KDKA's John Shumway reports.
'Tinder For Moms': App Aims To Help Moms Connect, Make New FriendsA new app dubbed “Tinder for Moms” aims to help mothers connect with each other; KDKA's Heather Abraham reports.
FBI: Number Of Sextortion Cases IncreasingThe FBI says it's seen an increase in the number of extortion attempts of a sexual nature, otherwise known as "sextortion;" KDKA's John Shumway reports.
People Using Payment App To Keep Tabs On Friends, Significant OthersVenmo is more than a helpful tool to send or receive payment; it is also a social network — with a public feed; KDKA's Heather Abraham reports.
Get Time Back In Your Day By Cleaning Up Your Digital WorldThere are some simple ways to clean your online world, which can help put more time back into your day; KDKA's Julie Grant reports.
Zelle Is A Popular New Way To Send Money, But Are There Risks?The latest way to spend and send money is with a smartphone. But one of the most popular ways to do it is also seeing some complaints; CBS's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Apps Offer Pet Owners Access To Dog Walkers, Sitters With Tap Of The PhoneTwo apps, Rover and Wag, allow you to summon a dog walker or sitter with tap of your phone; KDKA's David Highfield reports.
New Children's Hospital App Could Help Parents Navigate Children's HealthcareChildren's Hospital has a new app that it says will enhance the family and patient experience; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Can Cellphones Cause Cancer? Experts Surprised By Latest TestsCan cellphones really cause cancer? A group of experts say the results of some tests are pretty surprising; KDKA's Susan Koeppen reports.
New App Tracks Illnesses In Your NeighborhoodKDKA's Jon Delano has more on a new app that tracks illnesses in neighborhoods.
Tired Of Robocalls? New Apps May Be Able To HelpThere are some new ways you can keep robocalls from getting through to your phone; KDKA's Heather Abraham reports.

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