Sony and Samsung took the wraps off some drool-inducing products at a big tech show in Berlin, Germany.
By Hadas Kuznits PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - The American Red Cross has rolled out a new app for iPhone and Android. Dave Schraeder with the southeastern Chapter of the American Red Cross says it’s all about hurricanes. […]
Education and technology are becoming increasingly integrated, and keeping up on all of the new educational applications for kids is important. One of the biggest struggles is not finding an app; it is finding the appropriate app.
Facebook officially launched its mobile App Center, this week.
The most popular mobile platform in the country is the target of a virus that experts say is a new kind of attack. It’s a reminder that our smartphones and tablets aren’t immune from computer criminals.
Wharton grads are behind a startup company that creates made-to-measure menswear for a dressed-down price.
Even if you’re not texting from the toilet, your cell phone is a dirty device inside and out.
Smartphones aren’t always so smart. Some Blackberries, iPhones and Android devices have had issues switching back and forth from Daylight Saving Time. You might do well to set a lower-tech alarm, this Sunday.
For many of us, it seems like ages since we’ve been worried about going over cell phone voice minutes. These days, it’s all about data: most wireless companies slow down your connection if you use too much. A new crop of apps aims to help.
A freshman City Councilman this week is launching a very 21st century approach to neighborhood issues like trash and blight: he has created an iPhone app that lets residents send complaints and concerns — with photos — directly to his office.
Home technology is getting ‘smarter’ — so much so, in fact that you barely have to lift a finger to control everything from your thermostat to your blinds.
It’s day two of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but we’ve already seen the wraps come off the latest in technology.
It’s no longer just your home computer that’s being targeted — malware is making its way to your smartphone, too.
If you’re hitting the road this holiday, you won’t be alone.
Some smartphone apps are free, but there’s a price to pay.