Do you want to see the famed ball drop in New York’s Times Square drop this New Year’s Eve but can’t make it to the Big Apple? Hey, there’s a new and improved app for that.
This holiday season, shoppers have been going mobile by using smartphones to tackle their gift list so they’re not tethered to the computer or stuck battling the crowds.
Smartphones have made snapping pictures of anything and everything easier than ever before. But the constant snapping of photos of everything from food to priceless moments with family could come at a price to your memory.
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.
Health and fitness apps designed to help with everything from diet and exercise to monitoring health conditions have been gaining popularity.
Your computer and smart phone may be to blame for your dry or itchy eyes. Eye doctors say thanks to technology, what used to be a problem for the old, is now becoming an epidemic amongst the young.
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.
The advantages of owning a smartphone are far and wide but do smartphones cause stress?
When it comes to buying a new car, many people have looked online. But now, getting a new set of wheels could be more high-tech than ever.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Thursday launched a new smartphone app that enlists the public’s help to locate child predators and rescue children from sexual abuse and exploitation.