A study finds that banning smartphones in school has a big impact on student performance.
The government alleged Sprint and Verizon placed hundreds of millions of dollars in unauthorized third-party charges on customers’ cellphone bills.
More households own just two other pieces of consumer technology more than they own smartphones, according to the Consumer Electronics Association. Can you guess which two?
Banking customers want to set up push notifications to alert them to account changes, but the big banks are making it difficult.
This app organizes your bills all in one place, helping make sure you never miss a payment.
If you think AT&T included unauthorized third-party charges on your bill, you have through Friday to file a claim.
Google plans start at as little as $20 per month with all the standard bells and whistles. But the pricing isn’t what’s revolutionary.
The government wants to know what consumers think about businesses like Uber and Airbnb.
Mobile data breaches rarely occur, but that doesn’t mean your smartphone isn’t vulnerable.
This budgeting app can be a useful tool for anyone looking to get a better handle on their spending.