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.
Does it ever feel like you can’t keep up with your inbox, that the email just keeps coming and coming? It might not be your imagination. Retailers are sending 20 percent more email than they did a year ago.
Phone numbers, passwords, bank account information. You know how to put all that stuff on your smartphone, but do you know how to get your personal info off? Even if you think you’ve wiped your smartphone clean before you get rid of it, it’s probably not enough. So what can you do?
If you’re looking to simplify your mobile life, Verizon may have the answer. The phone carrier has announced a single plan that covers multiple devices.
If you use your smart phone a lot, you may have noticed more dropped calls or slower speeds on your smart phone. With so many people using iPhones, Droids, iPads and similar devices, the nation is running out of bandwidth.
Some local teens say they’re depressed, even suicidal because other kids are using a free phone application called “SimSimi” to harass them. It’s supposed to make you laugh, but it has some teenage girls crying and worse.
Texting, calling and surfing the Internet – could we be more attached to our electronic leashes? Every connection takes juice. So, what’s the secret to making your battery last longer?
We hear it a lot from Port Authority riders who get stranded at stops waiting for their bus, but now there is some new technology that lets you know when your ride is coming, and it’s free.
How many times have you picked up your smartphone only to find the battery on its last leg? These days, we count on our phones for doing way more than just making calls. We use them to get directions, shop online and even play games. That’s just to name a few things. But a dead battery really stops us in our tracks. So, what can you do to keep the battery from always dying?