Now that the new iPhones are here, you may be one of the many hoping to leave your old phone behind and upgrade.
Just as a car cannot run without an engine, so also a smartphone cannot run without something called an operating system, Carnegie Mellon University professor Anind Dey told KDKA money editor Jon Delano on Friday.
People lined up outside Apple stores Thursday night and even during the day on Friday just to get Apple’s latest smartphone — the iPhone 6.
Drive anywhere around Pittsburgh and you’ll be hard-pressed to find a taxi — unless you pass a downtown hotel.
Ads for Verizon Wireless say it has the most reliable mobile network in the nation, and that’s true according to a new report.
The competition for your wireless business is heating up.
CMU and Yahoo team up for a new $10 million partnership.
There is no doubt, distracted driving is a major problem.
GPS sales are tanking as more and more people use their cell phones for driving directions. If you’re considering making the switch to cell phone navigating, you’ll need a phone mount for your car.
If you were like many Pirates fans last night, after the Bucs won their 81st game of the season, you got on social media. Maybe you posted a tweet or texted a friend. But what if none of that existed?
Problems are exactly what Verizon is trying to head off in the hot weather.
You’ve heard them all: leaving your laptop plugged into the charger will harm your computer, or the more the mega pixels – the better the picture. In this technology age, there are so many new gadgets out there and there are so many myths that go along with them. KDKA’s John Shumway talks to some experts to exposes some of the “top tech myths.”
The Samsung S4 brings a new touch screen and new camera to its many updates.
What’s the best cell phone service? Verizon and two smaller companies, Consumer Cellular and U.S. Cellular, just earned top ratings in Consumer Reports’ latest survey. But if you’re trying to save money, Consumer Reports says a pre-paid service can be a better option.
Taking a picture with your smartphone is incredibly convenient. Smartphones don’t take close-ups or wide-angle shots though, but new add-on lenses aim to change that. Consumer Reports wanted to see if they’re picture perfect, so they put them to the test.