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.
Sales of those GPS units you stick in your car have taken a hit, thanks to smartphone saturation.
FLTR is a smartphone photography magazine that not only keeps you up to speed on the latest advances, but highlights the best pictures from subscribers.
Do you have a growing collection of old smartphones, laptops and other devices you don’t use? You just might be a gadget hoarder and as 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, you’re not alone.
The Montgomery County Health Department today kicked off a yearlong campaign to cut down on distracted driving.
While the barrage of images may keep distant grandparents happy, it’s not yet clear how such a steady diet of self-affirming navel-gazing will affect members of the first truly “smartphone generation.”
The report, done by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, reveals that adult drivers are by far the likeliest age group to admit to using their phone while driving.
One thing is clear: both Siri and Now need to spend a lot more time hitting the books.
Wi-Fi Finder lets you locate both free and paid WiFi, covering 650,000 locations in 144 countries.
The Pew Charitable Trust conducted the poll during the summer of 2013 using a random sample of Philadelphia adults over 18.
The SnapSave app lets you save SnapChat sessions without notifying the other party.
Cigarette lighter jacks in cars may soon go the way of whitewalls and cassette decks.
Other than gathering dust in a closet, what can you do with an old mobile device? 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan looks at the options.