A smart police officer using smart phone technology has locked up one not-so-smart thief.
A local tech start-up and a disabled advocacy group will make getting a wheelchair-accessible taxi in Chicago a lot easier starting in August.
Police are seeking two teenaged thieves, who allegedly stole smart phones twice in the past week on or near 35th Street, near U.S. Cellular Field and the IIT campus.
We know her name – Siri – and we know her voice, but few of us know that one of her co-developers is a Chicagoan.
Metra, the CTA and Pace have never had a fully compatible ticketing system, but technology may make it possible in time to meet a 2015 legislative mandate.
Pace has officially wedded itself to the Chicago Transit Authority’s effort to allow riders to pay their fares using credit and debit cards, and eventually using smart phones.
Peapod is test-marketing a new campaign to try to catch people on-the-go who would like groceries delivered to their homes.
A professional massage therapist is warning that it’s not just the big muscles than can put a crimp in your style.
Researchers at Northwestern University are developing a smart phone that can sense whether you’re falling victim to depression.
Smart phones may be tempting for robbers to take, but a couple of suspects were outsmarted by the owners of the phones they stole this weekend.
What happens to smart phones that are ripped from the hands of robbery victims? 2 Investigator Dave Savini talks with authorities about the pipeline of stolen merchandise.
Those intriguing black-and-white dotted codes are cropping up more often. CBS 2′s Mary Kay Kleist explains what they are — and how you can use them.
For many of us, smart phones are our lifelines to the world, and most of us are constantly looking for the latest models. But could donating or trading in the old ones be a risky move?