Looking to earn more money in 2014? Millenial lifestyle expert Chelsea Krost visited KCAL9 News to discuss the top five money-making apps of the new year.
Some free smartphone applications are aiming to keep children safe on Halloween.
Actor Thai Edwards stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to discuss an upcoming Hollywood film called, “InAPPropriate Comedy”!
There are lots of websites and software available, but you may not have thought of smartphone apps for doing your taxes.
Geocaching and letterboxing are modern day treasure hunts – instead of gold doubloons under an X in the sand, you’ll discover fun trinkets, detailed artwork, and a side of the city you’ve never seen. A great family endeavor, too.
The program is called Apps for Apes. Hey! I don’t even have an iPad, and they’re giving them to the monkeys? Let’s see a monkey write a clever blog.
Barnes & Noble is adding an applications store and an email program to its Nook e-reader. That brings the $249 device closer to working like a tablet computer in the vein of the iPad.
The dangers of texting while driving are obvious, but that doesn’t mean a lot of motorists are not doing it.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that 10 popular Facebook applications have been transmitting users’ personal identifying information to dozens of advertising and Internet tracking companies.