Pope Francis Visit Could Delay Deliveries Of New iPhone 6SThe new iPhone is running into some divine interference.
Seen At 11: Smartphone Apps Aim To Put Brakes On Road RageSeveral smartphone apps claim they can help irate drivers calm down.
Interview: Texting A 'Powerful' Tool For Helping In CrisisBaylee Greenberg from Crisis Text Line, who stopped by the CBS2 studios, said texting can be "extremely powerful as a means of crisis intervention."
When's The Right Time To Give A Kid A Cellphone?With students heading back to school, many parents wonder when is the right time to give their child a smartphone.
Facebook Sees 1 Billion Users In A Day For First TimeFor the first time ever, one billion people used Facebook in one day this past Monday.
Survey: Most Americans Say It's OK To Use Cellphones In Social SettingsYounger adults more comfortable with social media were more likely than older adults to say it's OK to update your status while with friends.
NYC Bringing Free Broadband Service To 5 Public Housing ComplexesThe city will invest $10 million at five New York City Housing Authority developments in Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx to provide high-speed broadband service.
Councilmen Ask Google To Create Map Option That Will Make Streets SaferMany people turn to Google for answers, and now two New York City Council members say the technology giant has the answer to making city streets safer.
Group Of Lakewood Seniors Gathers To Learn The Latest TechnologyNow, a group of Lakewood ladies is learning how to Skype, FaceTime, and use their new technology, and you may be surprised to see who their teacher is.
Manoush Zomorodi Talks Podcasting, Says 'Every Media Company Is A Multimedia Company'On this installment of @Sree Show, Manoush Zomorodi popped by to talk about the intersection of tech and culture. And why the podcasting format resonates with so many people.
New ‘Data Com’ Technology Could Drastically Cut Delays At Newark AirportFlight delays at Newark International Airport could be drastically cut thanks to new technology.
DNA Technology May Help Huntington Station Residents Recover Stolen ItemsIt's part of a six-month pilot program that Suffolk County Legislator William Spencer says will also serve as a deterrent to burglars.