Larry Magid: Clinton Opted For Email Convenience, But Is Her Argument Technologically Sound?Hillary Clinton said she opted for convenience as the reason why she used her personal email account and only wanted to carry one mobile device when she served as Secretary of State, but does her argument hold up from a technological standpoint?
SF Woman’s Stolen Smartphone Leads Police To Robbery SuspectsA robbery victim's phone was tracked to SF's SOMA neighborhood where 3 suspects were detained.
Want To Fight Cancer & Alzheimer's? Stanford Professor's App Lets You HelpA new app developed by a Stanford professor is giving smartphones the power to help fight Alzheimer's disease and cancer.
BlackBerry Classic Keeps The Keyboard Despite Most Having Moved On To Touchscreen The newly unveiled Blackberry Classic features a keyboard that hearkens back to the old days of cell phones, but they may have missed the boat on marketing this to the masses.
Should We Digitize Driver’s Licenses? Iowa Residents Will Soon Have That OptionIowa residents will soon have the option of having their driver's license digitized and available on their smartphones, one analyst says privacy issues could arise in the case of a routine traffic stop.
5 Apps For Hacking Black Friday And Finding The Best DealsIf you prefer a more orderly experience compared to door-mobbing crowds, look no further than your smartphone to help save you a few bucks and keep your sanity.
SoCal Company Begins Marketing First Personal Earthquake Warning DeviceBy now you may have heard that voice that warns earthquake researchers of coming quakes, but in the future the heads up may be coming out of your own phone.
New For 2014: The Best Apps For Holiday Shopping DealsUse your smartphone to truly maximize your holiday shopping. From coupon finders to shopping lists, these apps have everything you need to get the best savings.
An Uber For Kids? Shuddle Is San Francisco's Ride-Sharing Service For FamiliesThe bane of many parents' existence is chauffeuring their kids to and from soccer practices, school and play dates. Now, one San Francisco start-up wants to banish some of those transportation headaches.
AT&T Sued By Government Over Misleading Customers On Data PlansAT&T is being sued by the government over allegations it misled millions of smartphone customers who were promised unlimited data but had their Internet speeds cut by the company—slowing their ability to open web pages or watch streaming video.
Apple Pay Allegedly Double-Charged Bank Of America CustomersSome Bank of America customers are claiming they're been double-charged on transactions made using Apple Pay.
San Francisco Drone Maker Unveils Smartphone-Controlled Drone That Folds Up Into Pocket SizeA San Francisco-based drone maker is set to unveil a device it calls a drone for the masses that can shoot video and fold up into the size and shape of a cellphone.
Larry Magid: A Picture May Be Worth A Thousand Words, But A Million In Sales Smartphone maker HTC is introducing not only a brand new handset to take sharper pictures, but the first ever action camera.
Guests At Clooney Wedding Given 'Burner' Phones, Asked To Sign Non-Disclosure AgreementsGeorge Clooney and his new bride went to great lengths to keep their wedding day private from the public, even making guests leave their smartphones at home in exchange for ‘burner’ phones to avoid photo leaks.
iPhone 6 Plus Only Costs $15.50 More Than '6' To Make, Despite $100 Price Difference For ConsumersApple’s largest iPhone is selling for $100 more than its other new model, but a new report says it costs Apple only $15.50 more to make the more expensive version.