New Device Tracks Stress Levels In Attempt To Manage ItWearable monitors are often used to track your daily physical activity, but there’s a new option that now allows wearers to keep tabs on their stress levels.
Millions May Be Victims Of Facebook App That’s A ‘Privacy Nightmare’Are you one of the more than 16 million people who used the Most Used Words app on Facebook? If so, you may want to consider deleting it right away.
App Motivates You To Move In this week's "There's an app for that" it's all about movement. The app Moves tracks how active or inactive you are during the day relays it as a 'story' of your daily life, including counting how many steps you take each day and how many calories you burned.
Should You Buy Or Lease Your Next Smart Phone?CBS4 Anchor Walter Makaula took a look at the new trend of leasing versus buying, and the pros and cons of both.
App To Make Picture Perfect SelfiesWith thousands of apps ready to download, it's hard to swipe your way to one you'd use.
Google Will Let Artificial Intelligence Reply To Your EmailGoogle is putting twist to the concept of automated reply, rolling out a new tool meant to write artificially intelligent responses to your email.
Apple TV Brings iPhone-Like Apps To The Big Screen Apple TV is not just for streaming anymore.
Facebook Releases Fix For Battery-Draining AppFacebook has admitted its app may be draining your iPhone battery faster than usual but now there’s a fix.
Consumers Complaining New iPhones Are OverheatingA growing number of people are complaining their new iPhones are too hot to hold sometimes. In one extreme case, a phone went up in smoke.
Twitter Purges Hundreds Of Workers As New CEO Slashes Costs Twitter is making some cuts and it has nothing to do with characters.
A Turn To Crowdfunding To Help RefugeesThe White House has tapped into crowdfunding to help Syrian refugees.
Microsoft: A PC In Your PocketMicrosoft is looking for a reboot to their Windows devices as the tech giant unveiled several new products at an event Tuesday.