There are lots of websites and software available, but you may not have thought of smartphone apps for doing your taxes.
You’ve ripped up the old photos and donated the borrowed clothes. Now, all that’s left to clean up is your Facebook account.
But even with these new devices, Seifert believes BlackBerry will have a problem winning over iPhone or Android users.
Research In Motion now will be known as the device it creates. “RIM becomes Blackberry,” said CEO Thorsten Heins. The company is offering its first touchscreen device.
Security experts say Google has a lot more more work to do when it comes to keeping harmful software out of it smartphones and tablets.
Michael Vick releases his new app, the day after the team loses their 7th straight game.
You’ve got an iPhone. Your friends have Android. That doesn’t stop you from sending text messages, but every time you do so, you risk increasing your bill. WhatsApp Messenger can help.
It’s the way we get into our phones, email, social networks, and just about everything else on the web, but there are big problems with passwords and even innovations aren’t immune from being compromised.
Now available for download, a free app that makes it simple to put Philadelphia government to work for you.
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.