Penn students looking to party can now turn to their smartphones.
If you’ve been using your iPhone with Apple’s upgraded iOS7 operating system and feeling a bit queasy, you’re not alone.
Social media site Twitter has launched a new alerts system that’s meant to give users reliable information in case of a major emergency.
Philadelphia police are searching for several suspects in connection with a pricey smash-and-grab that was all caught on tape.
The iPhone 5s will know you by your fingerprint — no more passcodes. And the 5c in a plastic case is a cheaper alternative, going for $99. The 5s starts at $199.
There are some important steps to take before you take the plunge.
Chris reviews President Obama’s speech on Syria and Hillary Clinton’s reception of the Liberty Medal at the National Constitution Center. He also talks to John Hayward from Human Events, foreign policy expert Danielle Pletka, and Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine.
Police are looking for two suspects who robbed a teenager near a SEPTA station in Logan.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us about new, inexpensive and even free gadgets and apps to help keep your home safe from thieves.
The internal effects of heavy drinking can be pretty scary, but a new app proves that the external ones can be just as frightening.
Christopher Gray applied for 72 scholarships. He received 34. Now, he’s developed a $0.99 app which allows others to search in minutes, what he did over months.
ProCollage lets you put together a collage of the pictures on your phone.
Presence lets you use older iDevices as free WiFi video cameras, letting you stream real-time audio and video from your home or set up motion detection alerts.
Keek allows users to create 36 second videos, known as “keeks.” The growing social video network has almost doubled its users in the last four months.
You’ve probably got photos all over the place – on your phone, Facebook and Twitter. Ever wanted to just have ‘em all in one place? Cooliris lets you do that.