3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan has some advice that can help protect privacy and keep devices running smoothly.
Because a smartphone should help you do more than kill time at the airport, here are three handy travel apps to ensure your next trip goes off without a hitch.
The latest revelations from NSA leaker Edward Snowden show that government spies have an eye on smartphone and tablet apps.
Data plan disappearing before your eyes each month? Now, a new website aims to tell you which apps are hogging your data.
3 On Your Side’s Jim Donovan has some smart ways to cash in on savings, with the help of your phone.
By Jim Donovan: Bad shopping habits can be tough to break – just ask the 63 percent of Americans in ShopSmart’s new national grocery shopping survey who admitted to buying things they don’t need because […]
If you and your friends like to stay competitive, even though you live in different parts of the country, the Showboatr app can help keep you in the game.
You may think you’re good at monitoring your teen’s texting activities, but there are new apps and texting lingo designed to keep parents in the dark.
After a three month test period, the online bulletin board site is sharing its redesign with its 48 million users.
3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan rounds up apps to save you cash from the supermarket to the gas pump.
Thirty-nine cell phones, on average, were lost or stolen each month last year throughout SEPTA’s mass transit system according to SEPTA transit police.
There are lots of websites and software available, but you may not have thought of smartphone apps for doing your taxes.
New research takes a look at how brick-and-mortar stores can keep customers from pointing-and-clicking their way out the door.
By Jim Donovan: Whether you’re a habitual “to-do” list creator or are notorious for being late, getting organized may be right at your fingertips. The March 2013 issue of ShopSmart magazine, from Consumer Reports, identifies […]
After an outcry on social media last month, Instagram apologized to its users for what it called “confusing language.” It has now revised its terms of service, but may have already lost half of its Instagrammers.