Wal-Mart has announced that its smart phone prices are coming down. You might have a hard time getting into Yahoo if you don’t have a log-in. And, Facebook is cracking down on guns.
Roku unveiled a smaller product for getting the internet on your television. Apple is collaborating on a new device — hearing aids. And, Tech Crunch is reporting that Facebook is buying ‘Titan Aerospace’.
We have a new winner in the tablet wars. The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple is working with Ferrari and Volvo to put its dashboard operating system in their cars. And, who takes more selfies? Men or women?
We have a scam alert to tell you about this morning. The world wide web turns 25 this month. For the first time ever Americans used smart phones and tablets more than their PC’s to access the internet last month. And, selfies could be spreading head lice among teenagers.
Aerospace Company Boeing unveiled a new “self-destructing” smart phone this week. According to a new study, there’s a not-so-pleasant consequence of too much Facebook time. And, Walmart’s Sam’s Club is testing a subscription service.
Mickey Mouse is going mobile. Disney has launched a cloud-based digital video service where you can buy movies online then watch them on your computer or Apple devices. It’s called “Disney Movies Anywhere.”
In today’s daily tech report, Dani Dials talks about Samsung’s new Galaxy 5S, Facebook’s plan to shutdown its email service and a free caller id app called “White Pages Current,” that protects callers from the “one ring scam.”
Sony is hoping to make a big dent in the smart phone market with its new “X-Peria Z 2.”
The company announced the new … More »
Here’s a deal for T-Mobile customers. T-Mobile says you can upgrade your phone anytime if you participate in its ten-dollar-a- month “Jump” program and, … More »
Social media giant, Facebook is set to buy the fast-growing, mobile messaging startup “Whatsapp.”
The landmark deal is reportedly for nineteen billion dollars in … More »
Usually when someone is thinking about switching wireless carriers, they ask around. Yesterday a new Android app launched that will figure out the best … More »
Pandora Radio hopes the songs you pick will reveal your political preferences.
The Wall Street Journal reports that starting next week, Pandora Radio will … More »
It’s something straight out of the movies. Nike is planning to make self-tying shoes similar to the ones seen in the film “Back to … More »
We have another security breach to tell you about. Online fundraising website “Kickstarter” says hackers got some of its customer information.
The website says, … More »
Jim Barry, the Digital Answer Man for the non-profit Consumer Electronics Association, returned to Studio10 to showcase the coolest new gadgets from the 2014 … More »
The public citizen says Facebook has continued to use the … More »
If you’ve been wanting to take a trip into space, your time is almost near.
Virgin Galactic hopes to start offering commercial flights into … More »