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.
Professional Geek and SPIKE TV contributer Rick Marshall to give us some shopping tips.
“One thing about Nashville is we always respect our forefathers and sisters who built country music before us. It’s exciting to take old technology [and] transform it into a new sound in our own way.”
The Couch asked family therapist, Dr. Paul Hokemeyer, to join us and explain the line between healthy and unhealthy online behavior – and how to find a good balance.
Pam O’Brien, the executive editor of Fitness magazine, says success in the kitchen is all about surrounding yourself with the right tools. She stopped by The Couch to show us a few of the hottest kitchen gadgets on the market.
A recent survey shows the average person wastes more than eight hours a week surfing the web for news, music, cute pet pictures and tons of other stuff. It’s time to break your worst technology habits.
It doesn’t matter what grade your child is going into this fall, there’s at least one high-tech tool they’ll both want and need this year.
In conjunction with Google, Mashable, Tumblr and other tech sites, the Department of Small Business Services and NYC Digital has announced it’ll offer free web courses to small business owners to help them be more competitive with larger companies.
As you prepare for back to school shopping, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed with so many gadgets out there. David Gregg of BehindTheBuy.com visited The Couch to share some of his favorite picks for the new school year.