SAN FRANCISCO | Apple is throwing out most of the real-world graphical cues from its iPhone and iPad software, like the casino-green "felt" of its Game Center app, in what it calls the biggest update since the iPhone's launch in 2007.
Just a download away are hundreds of apps on your iPhone or Android that can help save your life.
Janell Burley Hofmann honored her 13-year-old son's "maturity and growth" at Christmas with his first iPhone, but it came with strings attached.
Getting a family organized requires more than a few well-chosen New Year's resolutions. Increasingly, homeowners are carving out a physical space — anything from a single kitchen cabinet to an entire spare room — that can function as a family information center and workstation.
Achieving your financial goals can sound like a daunting New Year’s resolution if you aren't organized when it comes to your money. But by planning ahead, you can more easily improve your financial situation.
Angela Ahrendts may be CEO of Burberry, but one of her favorite accessories is an Apple iPhone5 that she's used to oversee a mobile makeover at the 150-year-old company best known for trenchcoats and tartan plaids.
Not all the testers for Good Housekeeping's annual Best Toys list wear lab coats. Some are barely out of diapers.
With so many e-books, apps and gadgets out on the market today, it's easier than ever to integrate learning into your child's play time.
The message that a healthy lifestyle helps protect your heart isn't new. If you'd like to do more to take care of your heart, here are 10 ways technology can make that easier.
HOBART | A Chicago security guard took iPhones from a Hobart game store where he had been employed, police said.
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MUNSTER | The Times and its sister papers within Lee Enterprises have announced a major upgrade of their applications for iPhone and Android smartphones, improving mobile delivery of local news, information and advertising throughout the day.
The college classroom for Jamie Lukas is the car when she's a passenger, a coffee shop or wherever she wants or needs it to be.
9magnets co-founders Cameron Banga and Michael Phelps talk about their company's origins and future during a recent tech teleconference.
If not for the recession, the world might not have the Battery Go! iPhone app, and one of its developers still might be tending bar at Don Pablo's in Hobart.
Young entrepreneurs across the region have stories to tell of the unique ways both the recession and the recovery have influenced their drive for a better world-or at least one where people can have a little more fun.
VALPARAISO | After a 2 1/2-year test run, the city officially launched Visual Valpo to the public Tuesday.
VALPARAISO | It took being depressed for Bill O'Hanlon to want to learn what it takes to be happy.
VALPARAISO | The city's website is getting a whole new look when it launches late today, and it will be easier to use and prettier to look at, according to Valparaiso Information Technology Director Ron Ziolkowski.
The Great Recession might have delayed the onslaught of mobile devices as a driver of our digital culture, but 2011 will be the year when many aspects of our lifestyles are influenced by mobile communications:
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