Between smartphones, tablets, laptops, wearable tech and more, we love our gadgets on the go but when it comes time to recharge, most of us are still tethered to a power supply. But a host of industry groups are working on new technology that will let us power up, without the cord.
We rely on our smartphones for just about everything these days, but just like a computer, they can be easily hacked.
When the cell phone bill arrives each month, do you just open it, cringe at the fees and send in the payment?
More people are shopping with a smartphone this holiday season than ever before and there are plenty of new apps that can save time and money.
Could a new smartphone case save your life? That’s what the creator of the Yellowjacket is hoping. It’s an iPhone case which houses a 650,000 volt stun-gun.
Have you ever gotten one of those texts with dating tips, weight loss advice or horoscope info, and brushed it off as spam? Well you may want to check your cell phone bill – you may have been crammed.
These days it seems like everybody is using Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to share their most intimate thoughts online.
Instagram, a popular photo-sharing app owned by Facebook that boasts about 100 million users, announced Thursday that users will now be able to share videos.
Could your cell phone be a ticking time bomb that could put you in danger?
Remember when the best way to keep your kids safe on the internet was to make sure the computer was in a common area? Now, kids can carry the Internet in their pockets and keep moving to social networks many parents don’t even know about. So, how can parents keep up?