Secret texts covered up, risky phone calls disguised, scandalous pictures vanished into thin air – new technology is helping spouses and kids to be sneaker than ever.
Hundreds of app developers and other tech whizzes gathered in Brooklyn this weekend for a contest to create apps for transit riders.
From snoozing to drinking, these apps help you to stay healthy. Dr. Yael Varnado joined us on The Couch to show us the top doctor-approved mobile medical apps.
There are hundreds of thousands of apps for your smartphone, but there are some that seem just right for New York.
Smartphones have come a long way in a short time, but experts say you haven’t seen anything yet.
The app, called ‘Negotiate It,’ provides scripts for users to read as they call up their bank, credit card company, phone service provider or gym. The step by step process guides consumers as they negotiate late fees – or even have them waived.
A new app is designed to let you know when your train will reach the station. TV 10-55′s Alex Denis and the Mobile Couch hit the Bronx to give it a go — and see if it really works.
With millions of apps to choose from, it’s hard to keep up with ones worth trying.
Jets fans can keep in touch with everything they need to know about their favorite team in an instant with these great, go-to apps. Get up-to-the-minute info on everything from scores to traffic jams plus fun games and chants made for smart phones and tablets.
Our Smartphones are a key part of our workout routine – usually to hear music while we’re jogging or at the gym. But there are also plenty of apps and gadgets that can help you stay in shape.
If you are hitting the road this week, you can use technology to help ease your travel experience.
Smartphones and tablets like iPads have changed our lives, whether you’re using an app to play a game or do serious work.
Smartphone apps are being made to make every facet of life easier. One popular trend in apps is banking by phone. Many banks now allow customers to conduct their banking via cell phone the same way that they would on a computer.
By now most of us have marveled at the computers ability to track what we search for online. Text messages seem to appear from nowhere after we download an app, and the GPS never fails to point out that donut shop around the corner.
Some people are calling the technology invasive and watchdogs are fearful that it may be a step in the wrong direction.