3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan takes a look at how you can turn your cards on and off remotely.
Meet Jack. He’s six now, but he created the “Happy Travels” app when he was just five-years-old.
Our smartphones are not only tracking us, but helping us track others.
Coding, programming, and computer analytics don’t seem like very sexy careers. But did you know that developers and programmers are among the highest paid members of the workforce, right out of college?
Do you ever get the feeling you and your significant other may fight too much? Well, there’s an app for that.
The app is called “Skineepix” and according to its description, it promises to “make your photos look good and helps you feel good.”
Instacart, a grocery delivery service that launched in Philadelphia back in February, is now offering booze along with bread, butter and produce.
The coffee chain says the mobile tipping option, which it announced more than a year ago, will be available on its updated app for iPhones starting March 19.
FitBark is a new fitness tracker for portly pups and their concerned owners.
Ah, caffeine. We drink it during the day to stay awake, but that can sometimes result in sleepless nights. Now, a new app could help with that problem.
Whether you’re at home or on the go, there are more options than ever before to see the Olympics.
From kittens to Christmas tree deliveries, Uber has provided Philadelphians with more than just a ride to and from the bar.
By Ian Bush PHILADELPHIA (CBS)–Drexel has cut the ribbon on a space for students to design and create a hot commodity: mobile apps. You don’t have to be a programming whiz to make it in […]
Apple will refund at least $32.5 million to consumers to settle a federal case involving purchases that kids made without their parents’ permission while playing on mobile apps, the government announced Wednesday.
The data breach affecting tens of millions of holiday shoppers at Target is a stark reminder to businesses that information security must be a priority.