We rely on our smartphones for just about everything. But just like a computer, they can be easily hacked.
The companies have agreed to provide a free preloaded or downloadable anti-theft tool on smartphones sold in the U.S. after July 2015.
John Hoffman, the state’s acting acting general, said Monday that about 1.5 million crashes over the past decade have been caused by distracted drivers, resulting in 1,600 deaths.
An upstate congressman has joined New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman a call to require require smartphone makers to install “kill switches” on phones to render them useless if stolen.
There are a lot of products that claim to do a thorough cleaning, CBS 2′s Maurice DuBois reported. But do they really work?
Experts recommend a 15-minute vison break every couple of hours of up-close work to lessen the chances of developing nearsightedness. And if all else fails, there’s always glasses.
Tablets and smartphones have found their way into a growing number of tiny hands, according to a new study.
A leading group of pediatricians says parents need to know that unrestricted use of smartphones and social media could have serious consequences for their kids.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said the smartphone manufacturers must take swifter action against what he’s called an “epidemic” of thefts.
Apple has unveiled two new iPhones — one faster, and one cheaper than the current model. But are the changes to the famed smartphone enough to keep it ahead of the competition? Suzanne Kantra, founder and editor of tech site Techlicious, joined us on The Couch to figure it all out.
More and more dogs and cats are treating electronics like play things. The habit is hard on your wallet and it could also pose a digital danger to your pets.
When your smartphone battery is on its last legs, a public cell phone charging station can be like spotting an oasis.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) called on federal authorities to regulate retailers’ practice of tracking their shoppers’ every move in their stores through smartphones.
The top prosecutors in San Francisco and New York have announced the formation of a nationwide initiative and coalition to battle a surge in smartphone thefts.
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon and New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Wednesday announced the June 13 meeting with some of the nation’s largest smartphone makers. The meeting will be held in Schneiderman’s New York City office.