A new iPhone app may save your life someday. CBS2’s Mike Parker reports how the new technology, which is already working in California, may be headed for Chicago.
Police and the victim are praising some Good Samaritans who got involved and helped find the thief who took a woman’s IPhone. It happened in the Lakeview neighborhood Wednesday night.
Chicago police were hinting on Thursday that they might have solved the highly-publicized murder of a woman on a stairway at the Fullerton ‘L’ stop on the CTA Red Line four months ago.
It’s been two months since a 68-year-old woman was pushed to her death at a CTA station. CBS 2’s Kristyn Hartman talks with the victim’s family about the well-publicized crime.
A man was robbed of his iPhone early Monday on a CTA Red Line train near the Clark/Division subway stop.
Apple has been storing users’ location information on their phones, and it has privacy experts concerned.
It’s been several days since 68-year-old Sally Katona-King died from being pushed at the Fullerton Avenue L stop. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports on how the police may be tracking the killer down.
Police plan to release a sketch of the man who knocked down and killed a 68-year-old grandmother as he bolted from a robbery at the Fullerton ‘L’ stop earlier in the week.
Having trouble finding the proper cable channel to watch your favorite NCAA basketball game? Well, the iPhone has an app for that.
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!
Two suspected robbers might as well have had neon signs on their foreheads telling police last night, “Here I am!”
The dangerously bitter cold couldn’t deter a small group of people who lined up on Michigan Avenue early this morning, waiting for the doors to open at the Verizon Store.
A northwest suburban Best Buy employee is facing a felony retail theft charge after allegedly taking 10 iPhones and a Sprint Nextel phone from the store where he worked.
Whether you use an iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Android, Palm, or other mobile device, getting around Chicago has never been easier. Get what you need, when you need it. Find information on local attractions, transit, deals, shopping, and more.
First it was cash, then plastic. Now your cell phone is the new way to pay for your everyday purchases. But as CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports, our latest mobile wallet has its rewards and risks.
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.
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.