A man walks down the street with the white headphones of the Apple iPod on his ears. (credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Headphones May Pose Safety Risk For Pedestrians

A new study looked at recent pedestrian deaths and determined that listening to tunes in headphones may be a significant safety risk.


An Apple employee holds an iPod Touch. (credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

What Do Gadgets Say About Consumers?

Consumers have become increasingly tech-savvy. When it comes to online shopping, what does your online registry say about you?


A Dallas Area Rapid Transit bus sits at a bus station in downtown Dallas. (credit: Dallas Area Rapid Transit)

Crimes On & Around DART Up This Year

The number of crimes on and around Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is up this year. Despite the statistics, DART officials believe their transit system is safe.


A U.S. Marine listens to music over earphones as he waits to be transfered to another camp. (credit: Christophe Simon/AFP/Getty Images)

Texas Veterans Say Music Helps With Routines

When Staff Sgt. James Cooper begins to miss his wife and his children back home at Fort Hood, he puts on some Lou Rawls “You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine” and his mind drifts away from the harsh realities of war.


A consumer uses a Fitbit device for tracking health progress throughout the day. (credit: Fitbit)

Gadgets To Improve Your Health & Home

Gadget guru Steve Greenberg stopped by the CBS 11 News studios to offer up tech suggestions for improving your health and home.


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iPads Trump Oil: Apple Becomes Most Valuable U.S. Company

It doesn’t take a visit to the Genius Bar to figure out how Apple became the most valuable company in America.


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Smartphone Apps For Parents & Their Students

Every student needs help with school sometimes, and these apps might just be the answer.


A sales representative explains functions of a smartphone to a customer. (credit: Getty Images/Alex Wong)

Protecting Your Gizmos From The Cold

Much of the country’s been in a deep freeze for the last few weeks. And that can put your electronic devices in jeopardy since, odds are, you don’t leave home without your mini-computers, such as iPods and smart phones.


A customer displays his new iPhone 4, which went on sale June 24, 2010. (credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Best iPhone Apps Made In DFW

There seems to be an app for just about everything, and some of the most popular ones were created right here in North Texas.