You’ve ripped up the old photos and donated the borrowed clothes. Now, all that’s left to clean up is your Facebook account.
Pennsylvania just released new flu numbers. Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has them and more on a new high tech way to fight the virus.
Didn’t get that engagement ring you were hoping for this holiday season? Send your significant other a hint and download this app.
Michael Vick releases his new app, the day after the team loses their 7th straight game.
A new app is letting you take control of what you want – or don’t want – to see, at least on Facebook.
Facebook is once again revolutionizing the way we communicate with social media. It’s unveiled a new feature that will let you send real, tangible gifts to your friends.
Facebook is looking at using details to place targeted ads for other companies – not on its smartphone apps, but on others, and on mobile web.
A new service aims to answer the question of what should happen to a Facebook page after its owner dies.
Most smartphone users don’t hesitate to tap ‘OK’ when a newly-installed app asks for permission to use certain features on the device. But, a mobile security firm finds some big privacy risks in that practice.
What started as a college senior project to help the visually impaired is now available in the Google Play market – the Android app store.
By Jim Donovan: The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has made it easier than ever to “Investigate Before You Donate” and learn how your favorite charities actually spend the money you give. The Division […]
The free app checks signal strength, download speed and Internet response time. Each test is recorded and sent back to their servers, and it’s that crowdsourced info that shows you whether Verizon, Sprint, or AT&T works best.
The deadline for filing your federal tax return is less than a month away. Have you completed your tax return yet? If not, 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has some advice so that you can be sure your information stays secure.
Your smartphone could help prove to your little one that Santa stopped by.
National Association Of Insurance Commissioners Offers New App To Help Home Owners Be Better Prepared In Natural Disasters
Few of us go looking for trouble, but as Hurricane Irene showed just last weekend sometimes trouble finds us. KYW’s John Ostapkovich reports on a next-generation way of being prepared.