South Floridians looking for a good find showed up Saturday at Miami International Airport for their Lost & Found auction.
Going once. Going twice. Sold…to the lady in the purple hat. That is what you’ll hear come Saturday at Miami International Airport during their Lost & Found auction as hundreds of unclaimed items can be yours.
Florida is outside of the forecast cone for Hurricane Irene, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be problems in the Sunshine State due to the storm.
How many times have you picked up your smartphone only to find the battery on its last leg? Here are some suggestions on prolonging your smartphone battery.
Craigslist has proven to be a great resource for people to sell off goods or find apartments and jobs. But sometimes, the deal doesn’t go exactly as both parties wanted.
This week’s “Good 4 You,” goes to the people answering the call for help. Did you recently get a new phone and have the old one laying around? Now, you can out that phone to good use. Children at the Ann Storck Center in Fort Lauderdale rely on others for just about everything. They attend classes at the Center where caring professionals enrich the lives of children and adults with developmental disabilities.
A new study published in the Journal of American Medical Association may spark the debate of whether cell phone frequencies have negative health effects on the body.
We’re used to our cell phones being “smart” and able to do just about anything. But the ones we are using today are about to become obsolete as we enter the next phase of the telecommunications revolution.
MIAMI (CBS4) – When you think of payphones, you might think of a vandalized, inoperable relic of a quaint communications era gone by, its wires protruding, abandoned by its owner. When you think of payphones, […]