The state attorney general says more than 1 million New Yorkers who are T-Mobile wireless customers may have had personal data exposed in the recent breach at the Experian credit reporting agency, suggesting steps to protect against identity theft.
Credit card companies nationwide are sending out new credit cards with chips that are proven to reduce fraud. Some local businesses have already upgraded their equipment but local experts say it is not necessary to upgrade.
Griffiss Park is getting a convenience store, now it's a matter of when. Stewart's Shops confirms to NEWSChannel 2 that it has purchased two acres of land at the intersection of Floyd Avenue and Hill Road.
A sale pending sign is up at a North Utica building occupied by the House of the Good Shepherd. The North Genesee Street location is simply too small for the two programs that are housed here; foster care and the Bridges to Health program.
Apple's new iPhones come as smartphone sales are slowing worldwide, given that many people already own one. But researchers at IDC say that iPhone sales are growing faster than those of Android phones.
The owners of the Clinton Courier are taking the long running newspaper in a different direction. John and Emily Howard say they are launching the paper as a digital newsletter that will go by the name "The Signal."