Parents in the Tri-State and around the world can relate: Trying to reach your teen by phone, only to get ignored. One frustrated mom decided to do something about it.
Swim season is in full swing, but taking your eyes off of your children for even a second can lead to tragedy.
The car service app Uber Technologies announced pans Tuedsay Tuesday to cut its prices temporarily in New York City, so as to make its service cheaper than a yellow cab.
A lot of people take selfies for fun, but now some smartphone owners are using them to earn money.
Police have found several skimmers on ticket machines in the last month. The MTA is reportedly planning to introduce an app that would allow commuters to buy tickets on their smartphones and tablets.
A new way to check bags could reduce the amount of time that you spend on line at the airport.
A Brooklyn school is taking its battle against bullying into the digital age. An app called Bridg-iT is intended to bully-proof schools by allowing students to report what they hear anonymously.
The MTA is expected to approve a plan to allow the purchase of train tickets using smartphones and other devices.
After nearly two centuries of using paper tickets, the commuter lines are going high tech.
In the hustle and bustle of New York it can be hard to find some peace and quiet. But now, thanks to a new company called Breather, there’s an app for that.
The performance stages are being built and crews are getting the celebration’s famed ball ready.
The breathless drama of New York City’s Times Square Countdown to the New Year has gone miniature with a streamlined free app for electronic devices.
A new website and app now under development will allow users to rent rooms in a fashion similar to Airbnb, but only to attractive people.
Imagine knowing exactly when your bus will arrive, with no frustration and no wasted time.
The new LeftoverSwap app is geared toward those who want to share their leftovers with others.