Have you ever walked out of a store or the mall and had absolutely no idea where you parked? Well with Car Finder, those days could be over.
Five hundred kids waited excitedly in line in Las Vegas last September – not to get a look at a casino but to pick up their new text books – iPads for Algebra.
Apple has a media event set for March 7th, when it’s widely expected to announce the iPad 3. So, what’s new about it, and what should be in it?
You may already be familiar with Yelp, a Website made up entirely of user reviews. Tiny Review uses a similar formula, but keeps it concise.
The Taxi Magic app lets you book a cab in over 40 major U.S. cities.
Imagine getting paid to watch TV. That’s what a new iPhone and iPad app promises its users. 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan has the news on the tube.
Many Apple products, including iPads and iPhones are manufactured overseas where workers must endure low wages and hazardous conditions. But the question is, do American consumers care?
Earn points by watching your favorite TV shows. Redeem those points for gift cards, song downloads and more.
One in five Americans now own a tablet, according to a new report from the Pew Internet and American Life Project. And those numbers are only going to grow.
Loaded with bright pictures, fascinating factoids and an interactive map that’s fun to play with, the World By National Geographic app makes geography entertaining.
Apple has announced its aim to replace a high schooler’s backpack full of books with electronic textbooks on an iPad. But many students are still priced out of the market.
Muggles who can’t get enough of the boy wizard will have plenty to explore in this behind the scenes look at the Harry Potter Film Franchise.
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.
History buffs, rejoice! The Civil War Today app gives day by day updates of the Civil War as it happened 150 years ago.
Blending harmony and adventure, the Aquaria app for iPad bypasses the typical ‘snack gaming’ found elsewhere on the platform.