Texas-Based Company At Root Of BlackBerry Phone ComebackIt's not a "true" BlackBerry phone, per se, but the company has continued to license its brand and has answered the call from a new licensee -- OnwardMobility, an Austin company.
Keeping Cell Phone Data Charges Under Control Not Impossible During PandemicDue to social distancing and remote working, people may be using their smartphones more frequently to keep in touch.
Pedestrian Deaths In US Hit Highest Level In 30 YearsIf you walk outdoors for exercise or to get to a business, you're facing increasing danger from distracted drivers.
Online Spending Shows Smartphones Are The New Shopping MallShoppers aren't just browsing on their phones — they're clicking "buy" in record numbers.
China's Huawei Files Suit In Texas, Challenges U.S. Security LawChinese tech giant Huawei, the No. 2 smartphone maker, is challenging a U.S. law that labels the company a security risk.
Thieves Snatching Smartphones, Laptops While In Use In DallasCBS 11 talked to a woman who had her laptop stolen right out from under her at a Dallas coffee shop.
Facial Recognition Use By North Texas Police Grows Along With Privacy ConcernsThe CBS 11 News I-Team discovered facial recognition is used by more than a half dozen North Texas law enforcement agencies, in some cases with little public awareness.
Addicted To Your Smartphone? How To Keep Track Of Your Screen TimeGoogle and Apple both have tools to help you manage your screen time on their devices.
Got $1,100? Apple Shows Off Its Most Expensive iPhone YetApple unveiled three new iPhones on Wednesday, including its biggest and most expensive model yet.
Bigger, Pricier iPhone Expected At Apple Event WednesdayApple is expected to showcase three new iPhones on Wednesday, including its biggest and most expensive model yet.
Android's 'Pie' Software Update Rolls Out To Pixel PhonesThe next version of Google's Android system is called Pie, continuing the trend of naming versions after sweet treats. Pie is available on Pixel phones starting Monday.
Do You Really Know What Your Kid's Doing On That Smartphone?A retired cybercrimes detective who spoke to parents and students at an elementary school said, "There is no such thing as privacy for children."
Supreme Court To Take Up iPhone App Store LawsuitThe Supreme Court will consider whether or not the purchasers of iPhone apps can sue Apple over allegations that it has an illegal monopoly on the sale of those apps.
Smartphones Distract Parents From Connecting With Their Kids, Study SaysA new study on how the cellphone obsession is affecting parents claims that smartphones are preventing mothers and fathers from connecting with their children.
Google Creates App That Teaches Adults How To CodeGoogle is now trying to help adults keep up with their tech-savvy kids by introducing an app designed to teach people how to code.