Smartphones have become a major part of many people’s everyday lives. More and more smartphone owners use their devices to text, email, and surf the web throughout the day. Now, some people have started using them in their sleep.
In this day, every wedding guest is a photographer and every detail from the “I do” to the after-party is shared online thanks to technology. But a new wedding trend is to go tech-free.
Whether a person is at work, running errands or on vacation, what is going on back at their home is likely always on their mind.
If you own a smartphone, then you are a target and may not even realize it. Smartphones are increasingly popular not only with consumers, but also with thieves who see the devices as another way to tap into bank accounts and other sensitive information, experts say.
Sure they are free, but some of the most popular mobile apps could be tracking your every move and revealing your personal and financial data.
Facebook just pulled the wraps off of a new and specially branded smartphone today. Crafted in partnership with mobile hardware manufacturer HTC, the HTC First will run the Facebook Home, a custom version of Google’s Android software tied in tightly with the Facebook social networking service.
There are lots of websites and software available, but you may not have thought of smartphone apps for doing your taxes.
The U.S. Department of Defense announced today that it was further dropping its exclusive BlackBerry contract and opening all of its mobile communications networks to Apple, Google, and other device makers.
Google plans to open its own retail stores across the United States, according to a new report, giving the increasingly hardware-focused company a place to show off its growing number of physical products.
A free app from Florida State Parks can help you find a nearby camp site, track your trails and warn you of imminent bad weather.