As Spooked Car Burglars Sped Off, They May Have Left Behind A Key ClueThey tried to swipe a car, but they were scared off—and it was all caught by a surveillance camera.
New Study Reveals 25 Percent Of Crashes Involved A Person On The PhoneOne in four drivers was apparently on the phone in the moments right before a crash, a new study reveals.
Google Unveils A New Smartphone Line Called PixelGoogle launched an aggressive challenge to Apple and Samsung on Tuesday, introducing its own new line of smartphones called Pixel, which are designed to showcase a digital helper the company calls "Google Assistant."
Police Charge Suspect In Phone Robbery, Murder Of Chicago College StudentKevin Baker, 19, was on his way home from class at Harold Washington College when two people — one armed with a handgun — got out of a dark-colored van and demanded his and his cousin’s cellphones.
Civil Libertarians, Consumers Uneasy About Government Collecting Verizon Phone RecordsCBS 2’s Derrick Blakley reports on why the National Security Agency may be watching who you call and who calls you.
How To Get Smart About Tracking Your Phone Data UsageMany major carriers are limiting -- or restricting -- data. If you go over, your service could be slowed down. Or worse, you could be charged. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker asks: Do you know how much data you're using?
Emanuel To Host Phone, Facebook ChatsYou might call this week “Ask the Mayor Week” in Chicago.