The ability for people to control door locks, lights and home appliances from their smartphones is growing in popularity.
The iPhone 5 hiccuped onto the market Friday morning, taking down several online stores and quickly selling out the first supply of Apple’s new smartphone.
Apple will match the price of an iPhone from another authorized retailer if you buy it in an Apple store, according to a new report.
Floridians are continuing to turn off traditional home phone lines as they rely on wireless phones and voice services from Internet providers.
T-Mobile, the nation’s 4th largest wireless provider which has been struggling following a failed merger attempt with much larger AT&T, said it will close a number of call centers around the nation including one on Ft. Lauderdale. Nearly 500 jobs would be affected.
Controversy erupts over the security of the newest trend in computing technology. CBS4′s Chief Consumer Investigator Al Sunshine pokes holes in the “Cloud.”
There will be fewer choices for South Florida cellphone users in the future, after AT&T Inc. made the surprise announcement Sunday it will buy T-Mobile USA for $39 billion.
If you’ve been waiting to trade a few hundred dollars to be among the first owners of a new Apple iPad 2, today’s the day. A host of South Florida saw line as people waited to buy the new tablet, and despite the wait, some were turned away disappointed as demand outstripped supply.
Miami-Dade transit commuters will be able to surf the Internet for free compliments of the City of Miami and Miami-Dade Transit and Enterprise Technology Services.