To spend or not to spend? TODAY s digital lifestyle contributor Mario Armstrong told TODAY s Erica Hill about some less expensive alternatives for this season s must-have tech items.
One of Mitt Romney s sons says he helped victims of a Thanksgiving car crash but what he did after is drawing some negative attention. NBC s Joe Fryer reports.
It s the perfect time of year to review the basics of shooting, lighting and stabilizing smartphone shots so those homemade holiday movies come out perfectly. TODAY s digital lifestyle correspondent Mario Armstrong reports.
A new device called Coin allows users to combine all their credit cards, debit cards and gift cards into one credit card-like device from which they can download information into their smartphones.
Liz Gumbinner of Cool Mom Tech visits TODAY to help viewers get connected on social media like Facebook and Twitter.
NBC s Jeff Rossen provides a quick tutorial on how to protect your iPhone from being used by thieves.
Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson and his son, Sam, will be on the first flight to suborbital space, just beyond the Earth s atmosphere. Branson s company will begin offering commercial flights in 2014, and NBC News will accompany Branson on the maiden voyage. NBC s Kate Snow reports.
Randi Zuckerburg gives her favorite digital tricks, including using GPS app Waze and Whichbook, which suggests books based on your mood.
TODAY s Natalie Morales thinks that a new service offered by Google, where users can pay to chat via video with an expert instead of just looking for search results, could be great for everything except the more embarrassing issues like her son s constipation.
Does your mate jump the gun and watch your mutual favorite shows behind your back? Natalie Morales and Willie Geist talk about a new app designed to help prevent your significant other from channel cheating.
TODAY s Natalie Morales says there is no way to take a good selfie after the team learn about a new app for making instant self-portraits.
Cloud storage can be used to back up data and access files in one place. But is it safe? TODAY s digital lifestyle expert Mario Armstrong tells TODAY s Erica Hill the best way to keep files protected and accessible.
Dress up your digital duds with TODAY style editor Bobbie Thomas. She highlights some of her favorite tech accessories, including decals for your laptop and privacy screens for smartphones and tablets.
The Federal Aviation Administration says that after extensive research, they have found that the use of personal electronic devices does not interfere with the use of navigation and onboard communication equipment during flights.
Starbucks is now offering a program that allows customers to send gift cards via social media by tweeting @TweetACoffee.