Hero911 for cops and SchoolGuard for educators keep it simple: a teacher hits a panic button on his or her mobile device
Users who log on can exchange gifts for a date, including flowers, a romantic dinner or even an “outdoor adventure.”
Penn students looking to party can now turn to their smartphones.
Social media site Twitter has launched a new alerts system that’s meant to give users reliable information in case of a major emergency.
KitKat is the name Google has chosen for Android 4.4, which will power phones and tablets this fall.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us about new, inexpensive and even free gadgets and apps to help keep your home safe from thieves.
The internal effects of heavy drinking can be pretty scary, but a new app proves that the external ones can be just as frightening.
Christopher Gray applied for 72 scholarships. He received 34. Now, he’s developed a $0.99 app which allows others to search in minutes, what he did over months.
Keek allows users to create 36 second videos, known as “keeks.” The growing social video network has almost doubled its users in the last four months.
Bump lets you transfer photos, files and video between devices – including Android phones and iDevices – by just bumping them together. (like the Samsung Galaxy!)
A new add for Facebook Home shows a young woman ignoring the stories her family tells during supper.
You can’t get Facebook Home on your iPhone. But you will be able to get one of the most buzzed-about features from Facebook’s new mobile software.
A new study has found that four out of five people check their smarthphones within the first 15 minutes of waking up.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has advice for those of you planning on doing some smartphone shopping.
SEPTA officials say, on average, 39 cell phones were lost or stolen each month last year throughout their system. So they kicked off an imitative Friday to remind riders about steps they can take to protect themselves.