CHICAGO - A federal lawsuit in Chicago claims scanning emails and answering calls from bosses on your smartphone after hours constitute work that should be compensated. Chicago police Sgt. Jeffrey Allen claims in the suit that the city owes him and fellow officers overtime pay for work performed on department-requisitioned... more »
BATON ROUGE- The iPhone 5 hit shelves early this morning, but didn't last long after Apple addicts scooped up the latest smartphone.
"I came out around 3:45 because I pre-ordered the iPhone, but they told me it wouldn't come in until October 8th or something like that, so I... more »
WASHINGTON - Want to be among the first to know who Mitt Romney picks for a running mate? There's an app for that. Romney's campaign on Tuesday announced an iPhone and Android application to alert supporters when Romney makes his vice presidential pick. The campaign promises they can find out... more »
BATON ROUGE- A free "app" for your smartphone highlights what Baton Rouge has to offer. It's called Go BR and it works like a personal tour guide.
Visit Baton Rouge launched the app as a resource for both visitors and locals.
"The app will tell people where to... more »
NEW YORK - Google wants the smartphone to be the wallet of the future, a container for digital credit cards, coupons, receipts and loyalty cards that can be "tapped" to terminals in stores.
In cooperation with MasterCard and Citibank, Google Inc. is launching a trial of its payment system... more »
SAN FRANCISCO - Privacy watchdogs are demanding answers from Apple about why iPhones and iPads are collecting location data about their users.
The most recent dust-up, prompted by a report at a technology conference in Santa Clara, Calif., raises questions about how much privacy consumers surrender by carrying around... more »