Sleep texting has become more common and in addition to being embarrassing it could also have some serious health consequences.
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.
With millions of apps to choose from, it’s hard to keep up with ones worth trying.
Hey Apple fanboys and fangirls, CBS New York needs to know which color handset you’ll be walking out of the store with. Take our poll and make your wisecracks inside…
You wouldn’t sell a file cabinet loaded with your personal information to strangers. But that may be exactly what happens when you trade in or sell your used smart phone.
Thieves disguised as friends in need of urgent help are sending out text messages that could help them steal your personal identity and your money.
Police are searching for suspects in two unrelated knife point attacks at the 231st Street stop on the 1 line.
A faster iPhone with better software and an improved camera went on sale Friday as hundreds of buyers camped out for hours to be among the first to get one.
Hope your thumbs are rested, because BlackBerry service is getting back to normal following a three-day outage.
A massive BlackBerry service disruption is making life miserable for customers.
In an effort to placate cranky New Yorkers, Starbucks customers with certain BlackBerrys, iPhones and the iPod touch can now swipe them for speedy payment.
You know what they say: Don’t come between a New Yorker and his BlackBerry. Here are our picks for the best NYC BlackBerry apps.
Cops in Brooklyn were hunting for a thief who bikes up to people talking on their iPhones or Blackberries, grabs the phones from their hands and then just pedals away at high speed.
“BlackBerry Thumb” as it’s being called by many, may be the newest excuse for employees to call in sick to their boss.
CBS 2’s Rebecca Jarvis shows you the smart steps you need to take to protect your smartphone.