There are lots of websites and software available, but you may not have thought of smartphone apps for doing your taxes.
Under pressure from Nevada’s Harry Reid and other senators, Apple has agreed to ban future iPhone applications that allow drivers to avoid DUI checkpoints.
Security experts complained — and Facebook listened.
Google has fired a new salvo as it seeks to grab a larger slice of the computer market that’s in the tight grip of Microsoft and Apple.
It isn’t much — but it is more than nothing. For the first time, Amazon.com is giving a hint about how many people are using its Kindle electronic reader and the apps related to it.
We all have one, but what are people really doing with their cellphones.