The long-awaited iPhone 5 officially goes on sale Friday, and retailers are hoping they’ll have enough in stock to meet the demand.
It’s the second biggest shopping season of the year – back-to-school shopping, when American consumers will spend some $30 billion.
Education and technology are becoming increasingly integrated, and keeping up on all of the new educational applications for kids is important. One of the biggest struggles is not finding an app; it is finding the appropriate app.
Officially, police say a preliminary report shows 60 iPads, 11 Apple laptops and 10 GPS devices were stolen from the store at an estimated value of $42,000.
Tax Day is not a good day for me, or for millions of Americans like me, digging deep for the IRS — while hearing on the news that President Barack Obama’s digging shallow, paying just a 20% tax rate; and Mitt Romney’s hardly digging at all, paying a 14% percent rate on the $20 million he earned last year.
After months of wild speculation, it’s finally here: the new iPad. Don’t call it the iPad 3, it’s just called the iPad.
Police officers in the northwest suburb are using all kinds of apps to help keep criminals at bay. CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports.
With parties and celebrations galore, the holiday season can seem daunting when it comes to food for those who have dietary restrictions as well as those who are preparing food. Read on for some delicious, festive baked goods that are free of two common food allergens/irritants–wheat (wheat-gluten) and dairy–that will absolutely make your mouth water, even if you don’t have food restrictions.
Since the season of gift giving is here, take a look at some of the year’s top buys that drew in the shoppers, me included.
Although Steve Jobs’ battle with a rare form of pancreatic cancer was no secret, the timing of the Apple co-founder’s death surprised both workers and customers alike.
Apple unveiled the new iPhone 4S on Tuesday. A new feature means you can now talk to your phone and the phone will answer you. That voice activation feature isn’t all that’s new about the latest iPhone.
Steve Jobs has stepped down as the chief executive officer of Apple, saying he can no longer meet his duties and expectations. Chicago Apple Store patrons are reacting.
Investors seem to think you want an iPad more than oil, as Apple Inc. became the most valuable company in the United States, surpassing Exxon Mobil Corp. on Wednesday.
Kids want the coolest gear for going back to school. Here’s what should be making it into shopping carts this summer.
Anxious about your brackets? Watching every game? Check into games, score points, root for your team and talk smack to your buddies with CBS Chicago’s latest mobile application: Shout Sports!
Fans of the latest gadget from Apple were lined up outside its store at Old Orchard Mall hours before the new iPad went on sale.
The revelation last week that the Chicago Transit Authority plans to sell naming rights to its assets has a lot of people talking.
As CTA subway stops go, the station at North and Clybourn has had a reputation as one of the dingiest.
Apple Inc. plans to make a version of its popular iPhone 4 available through Verizon Wireless by early next year, according to a published report.
Motorola’s mobile division is suing Apple for alleged patent infringements in the iPhone, iPad, iTouch and in some computers.