High-tech features like crash avoidance systems and auto-assisted parking are convenient options for anybody in the market for a new car, but they are also leading to a new series of concerns.
“Bitcoins” are a growing trend and have been around since 2009. Anyone can buy them using real money at an online store, or an “exchange.”
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.
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.
Millions of men and women over the age of 50 suffer from dry eye symptoms every year. Now, ophthalmologists say they are seeing younger patients walk into their offices.
There are a dizzying array of apps available and many of them can be downloaded for free. But those harmless looking apps could be tracking your every move and selling your personal information, according to experts.
The idea of accessing an online bank account with a fingertip or unlocking a smartphone with nothing more than a look has left some wondering how safe high-tech security access is.
Just a few weeks to go before school stars, and that means getting all the supplies for the year — which nowadays means must-have tech gadgets. David Gregg, Senior Editor of BehindTheBuy.com, visited The Couch with some of the hottest items on the market.
N.J. Transit is expanding the the MyBusNow program to cover all of New Jersey. The service offers real-time bus arrival estimates to a specific stop within a 30 minute window.
You can’t put the technology genie back in the bottle, but you can use some of the latest products to maximize your family time. Jennifer Jolly, host of USA Today’s Tech Now, dropped by The Couch with some cool devices.
Macro Sea’s New Lab will serve as as a place where designers, engineers, academics and entrepreneurs can take their ideas from concept to prototype to production under one roof.
When busy lives lead to out-of-control to-do lists, wouldn’t it be nice to have a personal assistant to lighten the load? As TV 10-55’s Carolina Bermudez reported Friday, you don’t even need to be rich or famous to get that helping hand.
“Smart technology,” commonly found in phones, is now increasingly being used in popular home gadgets. David Gregg, Senior Editor of BehindTheBuy.com, visited The Couch with some of the high IQ items on the market right now.
The pilot program was first announced during Bloomberg’s State of the City address earlier this year. The students at the selected schools will receive a comprehensive computer science and software engineering curriculum.
The Super Bowl for techies is the Consumer Electronics Show, and the event kicked off Tuesday in Las Vegas.