There are lots of websites and software available, but you may not have thought of smartphone apps for doing your taxes.
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.
A new technology startup based in Miami announced Tuesday it has closed a $1 million round of seed funding from investors.
You’ve probably given great thought to your Super Bowl fare, but have you considered what “app”etizers will be on your menu?
Once banished from Apple’s iOS, Google Maps has returned to the mobile platform in the form of a standalone app.
iOS 6 was first previewed during Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference last June, revealing a few big changes, and many more minor tweaks to the operating system that powers the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
Is your Smart Phone going to replace your doctor soon? A barrage of new Medical Apps gives new meaning to “house calls,” reports CBS4′s Cynthia Demos.
Facebook says its new iOS update means the app will be twice as responsive as before.
South Florida hosted the future of technology this past weekend.
First there were “bar codes.” Now Q-R codes are popping up on product labels, magazine ads and billboards beckoning consumers to click or scan. But buyer beware. CBS4’s Jorge Estevez explains how those black boxes with white dots could cost you dearly.