History buffs may now learn more about Dallas by using a free app launched by Preservation Dallas and The Urban Armadillos organization.
Ever suspect you do more housework than your spouse? Or that certain tasks at work raise your blood pressure? Maybe you wonder why you’re sneezing more, or if carbs really make you tired after lunch? Turns out, there’s an app or gadget to test all of that.
Irving-based smart phone company Blackberry has agreed to sell.
BlackBerry says it will lay off 4,500 employees, or 40 percent of its global workforce, as it reports a nearly $1 billion second-quarter loss in a surprise early release of earnings results.
It’s something never been done before in the U.S. until now: Making a smart phone.
Six years ago today Apple’s iPhone hit the U.S. market.
Nordstrom is no longer collecting information from the smart phones of its customers.
The CBS 11 I-Team has learned the retailer is using software to track how much time you spend in specific departments within the store.
A Z-10 model with touch-screen keyboard hits the streets in March, the Q-10 with a raised-button QWERTY keyboard is available in April.
Have you heard of Uber? The chauffeur service just started in Dallas, and it allows you to order a driver through an app on your phone. As more people in North Texas are learning about it, its popularity and controversy continues to grow.
Turning off your smart phone or digital audio player can be a hassle for air travelers, but now the federal government is asking if that’s really necessary.
There could soon be another way to take advantage of those Groupon deals. Groupon is testing a payment service that will allow merchants to accept credit card payments from an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.