Plans for smartphone apps to hail taxis in New York City got the go-ahead Tuesday from an appeals court.
Health and fitness apps designed to help with everything from diet and exercise to monitoring a health condition have been gaining popularity.
Camping is a time to become one with nature, but don’t leave your phone at home — it can come in handy when you least expect it.
Sree Sreenivasan, tech expert from our partner network CNET and Columbia University’s chief digital officer, has a list of apps to help get you moving.
Some are turning to technology to help beat the heat. Your smartphone can actually help you stay safe and cool in these sweltering conditions.
Whether you’re at work, running errands or on vacation, what is going on back at your home is likely always on your mind. And it turns out all you need is a smartphone to make a home safe home.
NYC Big Apps is one of the most important app-making challenges around. This year, more than 50 apps were submitted using city data feeds and seven projects won a total of $150,000.
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.