Chores App Helps Parents Reach Kids Through Their PhonesIt can be the source of many family fights - getting your kids to do their chores.
Are Cellphones To Blame For Certain Skin Issues?Have you ever thought about just how dirty your phone is? As it turns out, our phones could be causing major skin issues.
On The Hunt: Local Millennials Join Craze, Chase Pokémon With Addictive New AppThey're on a quest. Scores of young people are out searching the landscape for hidden characters.
Local Pub Offering Customers Discount To Put Down Their Cell PhonesJames Street Gastropub and Speakeasy is well known in the Pittsburgh area as a jazz club and restaurant.
Simple Tricks To Get The Most Out Of Your Cell PhoneThey are there when you need them most, smartphone cameras anxious to catch those special moments.
“Spoofing” Has Advantages, But There’s Also A Dark Side To Growing Trend“Spoofing,” also known as “digital deceit,” has been growing rapidly in recent years thanks to easily downloaded apps.
Consumer Reports: Smartphones Eliminating Charging Ports, Headphone Jacks, SpeakersThe Internet is abuzz with rumors that Apple plans to do away with the headphone jack on its next iPhone.
Consumer Reports’ Tips On Cell Phone SavingsConsumer Reports says if you’re paying more than $50 per phone line each month, it may be time to rustle up a better deal.
Consumer Reports: Customers Of Smaller Cell Phone Service Providers HappierMost of us still get our cell phone service from one of the four big wireless providers — Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint.
Verizon Wireless Gives Rare Behind-The-Scenes Look At Regional Switching StationIt’s called a switching station -- and it's off limits to most people, let alone television cameras.
Police Arrest 3 Men In Theft Of 92 Smartphones From Sprint Store At Pittsburgh MillsPolice in Frazer Township say they have arrested three men in connection with the thefts of more than 90 smartphones from a Sprint store in the Pittsburgh Mills Mall.
UPMC, Pitt, Carnegie Mellon To Work On Medical Data SharingThe University of Pittsburgh Medical Center plans to partner with Pitt and Carnegie Mellon University to collect and analyze patient health care data and, hopefully, use that information to create ways to better treat some illnesses.