Blue Light From Cell Phones Can Cause BlindnessA new study warns that blue light coming from smartphones and tablets could lead to blindness. CBS2’s Chris Wragge reports.
Report: Google May Be Tracking You Despite Privacy SettingsThe AP says many Google services on Android devices and iPhones store location data even if you turn off location history.
Apple Says iPhones Are Not Monitoring ConversationsApple tells Congress its smartphones are not listening to or recording conversations around them. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Americans Spend Most Of Their Day Staring At Screens, Study SaysResearchers say the average adult spends more than 11 hours a day watching videos, browsing social media, and using their tablets or smart phones.
Eye on Cyber: How To Protect Your Devices Against RansomwareIf your phone falls victim to a ransom attack, it may be tempting to just pay up. Before you do, think twice, says CBS2’s cyber security expert Siobhan Gorman.
New App Changing Way Parents, Kids Handle ChoresIn today’s high-tech world, many parents are no longer giving their kids cash to do chores. Now, there are allowance apps that help parents teach kids how to be financially responsible while earning money. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Tech Titans Keeping Devices Away From Own KidsMany of the most powerful technology creators in Silicon Valley are banning their own children from using devices. CBS2's Jamie Yuccas reports
Data Breach Reported On TeenSafe App ServerA smartphone app used by parents to protect their teenagers has been linking information from thousands of accounts. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports
WATCH: iPhone ExplodesVideo shows an iPhone exploding in a Las Vegas repair shop. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports
Health Watch: Blue Light DangersEye doctors are concerned about the blue light that is emitted from electronic devices, but CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez says there are steps you can take to minimize the risk.
Soldier Watches Daughter's Birth On FacetimeA U.S. Army soldier on his way home to witness the birth of his daughter ran into problems getting there, so, thanks to airline employees, he watched her birth on a cellphone. CBS2's Omar Villafranca reports
Westchester Man Says Apple Watch Saved His LifeA Westchester County man says he owes his life to his Apple Watch after having an episode at his job. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports
Sprint/T-Mobile Merger In The WorksCommunications giants Sprint and T-Mobile are planning a $26 billion merger. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports
Many Guilty Of 'Phubbing'It's what you get when you cross the words "phone" and "snubbing." So what do you do if it's happening to you? CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
Broken Phone? Check Out These Fast FixesFrom walk-in stores to house calls to do-it-yourself repair kits, there are several options on fixing that broken screen - but mind breaking your warranty in the process. CBS2's Alex Denis reports.
Apple Proposes New Emojis For People With DisabilitiesThe tech giant says it's reached out to several organizations for guidance on adding 13 new emojis.
Surge In Robocalls Prompting New Government ActionThe Federal Communications and Trade Commissions are holding a joint forum Friday morning to address the sharp rise in unwanted robocalls.CBS News' Anna Werner reports.
Vacation Envy? A New Social Media StrategyVacationers are using their images on social media to drum up envy. But why? CBS2's Dave Carlin reports
Beware: New Cellphone ScamFederal officials are warning about a new scam that features criminals stealing your phone number and then draining your bank accounts. CBS2's Danielle Nottingham reports
Yonkers PD Turns To Tech To Connect With PublicThe Yonkers Police Department is taking advantage of a popular new neighborhood app to keep residents safe. CBS2's Valerie Castro reports
Are Selfies Taking Over Your Life?Selfies have become a part of daily life for many Americans. But if you're taking too many, psychologists say you might have "selfitis." CBS2's Nikki Battiste reports
Apple's New HomePod To Go On Sale Feb. 9The new smart-speaker will hit shelves in February, but pre-orders started Friday.
Popular App HQ Trivia Aims To Attract More FollowersCreators announced they're eliminating the $20 minimum to cash out winnings.
Google Arts & Culture App Matches Selfies To Classic Pieces Of ArtIt's often said that life imitates art. Now, people are using an app to figure out if their faces are imitations of images already immortalized on canvas. CBS2's Elise Finch reports.