Technology shows up in the strangest places.
A new app will help you and your family have a safe and fun Halloween as well as bring in lots of candy for your kids.
New app helps parents detect jaundice in infants using cell phone photos. Michael Konopasek reports.
Upgrading your cell phone? Tech guru PC Mike Wendland offers tips for cashing in your old one.
Tech guru PC Mike Wendland shares some of his favorite new apps.
New apps help students manage their schedules and study habits. Mark Barger reports.
Tech guru PC Mike Wendland takes a look at apps designed to help students with their work.
Come September, even the youngest students can expect some keyboard time in the classroom!
Tech guru PC Mike Wendland looks at several secure password programs.
New study finds tab for students' tablets, laptops and other devices is well spent. Chris Clackum reports.
In tattoo parlors and basements around the world, people are turning themselves into cyborgs by embedding magnets and computer chips directly into their bodies.
Those the Parker Square branch of Union Square has been open for several weeks, folks from across the area celebrated the new branch with a ribbon cutting Thursday.
What should you do if you're still using Windows XP on your computer? Mike Wendland explains what to do to keep your computer running well and virus free.
Music educators use new technologies with the hope of bringing music to the masses.
We've probably all heard a teacher at some point say "the classroom is no place for games."
When you head out to enjoy the warm weather, these apps can help.
Reading a full novel in 90 minutes? It may be possible with the speed reading apps that are now available.
How has life changed in the 25 years since the World Wide Web was invented?
New research suggests parents are missing crucial opportunities to engage with their children.
Tech guru PC Mike Wendland takes a look at Google Glass and other new wearable gadgets.