iPads and Kindles, Chryslers and Caddies – there’s a lot of stuff that’s been left behind by people at the Pittsburgh International Airport.
More and more students are taking their smartphones and tablets to school these days. It’s something that is hard to avoid so some school districts are embracing it by using technology to enhance lessons.
One school district doing just that is West Jefferson Hills and their technology director Suhail Baloch joined The KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway to talk about how they do it.
What if you learned that you could get rid of your reading glasses by spending a few minutes each week doing some exercises on your iPhone or iPad for a few months?
Police in Greensburg say an iPad app is responsible for helping them track down two suspected burglars.
A high school student that was found guilty of disorderly conduct for recording his classmates’ verbal abuse appears to be getting help from the district attorney.
Shea Love’s devotion to her son is obvious.
Electronic tablets are a must-have gift for many adults and fast becoming a must-have for children as well.
For a toddler, the lights, sounds and swipes on a smart phone or tablet can be too cool to resist.
PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) How do you know what to look for when searching for a tablet this holiday season? Does price equal quality? Dr. Frank joined Larry Richert to give his expert opinion on what Tablets to get if you have some money to spend and even if you don’t what good ones are out there for a modest price.
This holiday season, tablets are bound to be a top gift item. Chances are there’s someone on your holiday list who’s been dropping hints that they want one.
After a concussion, how do you get the information from the field to the doctor’s office? An app is taking information right from the field, court or rink and putting it directly in doctors’ hands.
Former Woodland Hills football standout Steve Breaston has worked hard to give back to his hometown.
A Moon Township woman awaiting trial on charges she used her adult children to help her sell drugs, and was then charged with child pornography because of images found when her phone was seized in the drug investigation, is in trouble again.
A Butler County woman now has a new iPad after her story compelled a KDKA viewer to replace the one she had stolen. Tara Young, of Center Township, is completely blind and used the iPad to perform daily functions like turning on lights and counting money.
Police are investigating after someone stole a blind woman’s iPad from her Butler County home.