LinkedIn Intro app shuts down today
For smartphone users with the LinkedIn Intro app, it’s time to uninstall it.
Could WiFi virus be next big IT threat?
What if a computer virus could spread as fast as a common cold spreads between people?
Apps could help prevent bullying, spam calls
According to national statistics, about one in four kids in the United States is bullied on a regular basis.
Could your teen be downloading danger?
An estimated 70-percent of teenagers have a smartphone today, but could your teen be downloading danger?
Volvo demonstrates "Roam Delivery" service
Tired of always missing your deliveries when you’re not home?
Facebook helping families remember loved ones
Facebook is changing their policy for remembering loved ones on the social media site.
Nerd alert: "The Cloud" explained
Everyone always reminds you to back up your information in the 'Cloud.' It’s a term we hear over and over again, but what…
Apps to prevent texting and driving
The latest figures show more than 400,000 people were injured in car accidents in 2012 because their phones distracted them. More than 3,000…
Beware of fake Flappy Bird apps
Flappy Bird fans, this news may feel worse than crashing into one of those green pipes.
Rochester school wins national engineering title
A local school has taken home top honors in Future City, the nation's largest and most prestigious middle school engineering competition.
Facebook auto-play videos could drain data
You may have noticed a growing number of videos on your Facebook news feed.
Smartphone car service Uber hits rough road
Your next ride to a concert, sporting event or night out could be as close as your smartphone.