Need a hand planning your next trip? These five apps will have you all packed up and ready to go in no time.
CBS 2’s Mai Martinez has an eye-opening look at the dangers lurking in apps.
Use your smartphone to truly maximize your holiday shopping. From coupon finders to shopping lists, these apps have everything you need to get the best savings.
CBS 2’s Erin Kennedy speaks with an expert who says parents may be missing the biggest concern facing teens and preteens today.
Most people know the feeling, walking in an area and getting the sense that something isn’t quite right.
Instead of spending hours tabbing through travel sites, hit Rome2Rio: an oracle-like web/app that maps out the exact planes, trains, and automobiles (with fares) to take between any two places on the planet.
Because a smartphone should help you do more than kill time at the airport, here are three handy travel apps to ensure your next trip goes off without a hitch.
There are lots of websites and software available, but you may not have thought of smartphone apps for doing your taxes.
When you go on a social networking site to tell your friends where you’re eating or playing, don’t think perfect strangers aren’t seeing that as well.
Experts say blue lights emanating from computer devices could be over-stimulating your brain and causing sleep disruptions. CBS 2’s Kris Gutierrez reports.
Want to find your stolen iPhone? There’s an app for that, and Chicago Police are using it.
CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker’s got the scoop on the top free apps to help you with food, fitness, finance and fun.
How young is too young to use a smartphone, video iPod or an iPad?
Do you drive a car, send texts or listen to music? CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker has the inside scoop on how to make some extra cash without much effort.
We all know there’s an app for just about everything. But how do you know which apps are the best?
Access to the digital world has opened up Chicago, spreading news and information about nearly every aspect of city life via mobile devices, such as the iPhone and iPad.
SAN FRANCISCO (CNET) – Young kids parked in front of so called learning DVDs like Baby Einstein and Brainy Baby actually have more limited vocabulary than kids who don’t watch. The researchers who documented that surmised that educational content alone, isn’t enough.