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?
3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan takes a look at how it works.
A recent survey finds that even if you did take some time off, many of us still couldn’t leave the office far behind. 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan says thanks to electronic devices, many of us were still checking in.
Are you a compulsive phone checker? 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds you’re not alone.
Our smartphones are not only tracking us, but helping us track others.
This year, the transit agency’s Safety Awareness Day event puts a focus on the dangers of distracted commuting.
Organizing your digital photos can be a nightmare. Tidy makes the job easier.
Is there such a thing as mobile app addiction? If you base your answer on the results of some new data, the answer seems to be a resounding yes.
A new study focuses on real-world problems like dropping and dunking devices to see how durable they are.