There’s an app out there that can see for the blind. It helps in self-sufficiency. It’s called “Tap Tap See.”
More people are getting injured from distracted walking. A new study out of Ohio State University shows that walking and talking or texting on a cellphone can be dangerous, and even deadly.
Coloradans may soon be able to carry one less piece of paper in their car’s glove box.
It seems like there is a smartphone app for almost anything these days, but are you willing to risk your health for a free or low cost diagnosis of something weird growing on your skin? CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida looks at a new study that analyzes skin apps … that analyze your skin.
I know you are as excited as I am for October. No, not because of Halloween or the first snow … it’s Financial Planning Month!
Verizon announced new data plans for both new and longtime customers that could cost some people more to use their phones.
Thieves in Colorado are stealing cellphones more often, but a new agreement among major cell providers may put a damper on that trend.
With the nice weather runners are hitting the trails and roads to get healthy and log mileage. Many are taking their smartphones with them, but not to make phone calls.
Senate Democrats approved a measure to create a smartphone application that shows Colorado locally owned businesses.
Colorado Senate Democrats want locally owned businesses to show up on smartphones, but Republicans opposing legislation to make it happen say there are already a bunch of apps for that.