It's no doubt the world we live in is a scary one and that's why the Michigan State Police are taking extra precautions to make sure the public is safe.
Effective as of last Wednesday, the MSP will be sending out text message alerts to people when an active shooter is present...
Well, this is interesting. Maybe not the reality of it, but its depth, breadth and reach.
According to a new Deloitte survey on mobile consumer trends, we -- as in us U.S. consumers -- are becoming more and more obsessed with our electronic devices. Just call it device addiction.
Some of the facts: Nearly 90 percent check their phones in the first hour of being awake and 23 percent look at their d
For many families and individuals across the U.S., the holidays will be spent with the ones they love.
However, a new study that looked at the impact of technology on Americans' lives suggests digital devices are impacting quality family time together.
Have you ever set up rows of dominoes in cool patterns, then started the "fall" going to watch them go down one at a time? Fun wasn't it.
There have been so many contests to see who could create the best and some unbelievable creations.
Late Tuesday, one mother's hard work from the last two years paid off in a big way. Bonnie Raffaele, whose daughter Kelsey was tragically killed in an accident in 2010, got to see "Kelsey's Law" signed by Governor Rick Snyder. The law, which affects teen drivers in Michigan, prohibits the use of cell phones while driving. I had a chance to talk to Bonnie this afternoon about Kelsey's Law
Andy and I were talking about our cell phones this week on WTRV FM. Each of us decided it is no longer a phone. It is our umbilical chord to the world. I forgot my phone on Wednesday and felt naked without it.
More moms are tapping into technology to manage their lives and stay connected with loved ones...
Cell phones and dating don't seem to mix well. A Zoosk.com poll shows many singles are getting tired of rude cell phone behavior, and 33-percent admit they've ended a date early because the person they were with was "too absorbed with their cell phone." "Constantly glancing at a cell phone" tops the list of the most irritating offenses, with 86-percent saying it bothers them