Mounted on your windshield and using the phone’s camera and internal sensors, iOn Road will warn you of potential collisions.
Burner is an app that adds a layer of privacy to your calls, letting you use an alias number.
A program in Chester County aimed – in part – at cracking down on distracted walking wins PennDOT’s highway safety award.
Babies are now swiping and scrolling on tablets and smartphones before they can walk.
Do you have a teen that is practically attached to their smartphone? According to a new study from Pew Research Center, they’re not alone.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has advice to keep it functioning.
The overuse of mobile devices is believed to be contributing to the 61% of adults who admit to experiencing digital eye strain.
Research indicates parents should limit the time preschool-aged children spend on mobile devices or using interactive media.
Smartphones have officially become the third wheel in many relationships.
Back pain from texting? It might be a reality, says one New York doctor.
Unbeknownst to New Yorkers, a company that controls the ad space on 5000 phonebooths installed Bluetooth beacons on them.
Over the past month, there have reportedly been several reports of armed and strong arm robberies in Wilmington.
That’s what a software company is calling “boastful vacation photos” posted to social media.
The cameras in mobile phones have gotten a bit better about taking nighttime shots, but they’ve still got a ways to go. The NightCap app tries to bridge that gap.
Does whomever pushes the button own the selfie?