Verizon Gets Rid of "New Every Two" Deal Weeks Before Release of iPhone

NEW YORK— Verizon's “New Every Two” deal is out the window, the company announced Thursday.

JFK Presidential Library Goes Digital

BOSTON— History has taken yet another giant leap through technology after John F. Kennedy's Presidential Library goes digital.

Verizon to Offer iPhone in Early February

NEW YORK— This nation may not be big enough for both of them, but it's finally happened— Verizon will now start selling the long-awaited AT&T-only exclusive iPhone.

Ever Wanted To Send A Prayer? There's An App For That.

JERUSALEM— Ever wanted to visit Judaism's holiest prayer site and post a prayer in the Wall? There's an app for that.

Rumors Circulate: Verizon and iPhone

The Apple iPhone rumors are already buzzing again on Verizon iPhones as Digitimes reports that Apple has increased the number of iPhones it is shipping during the first quarter of 2011.

UTEP Opens Tech Store

El Paso - If you consider yourself tech-savvy, there's something new for you.

San Jose police mount cameras on officers' heads

SAN JOSE, Calif.  - Grainy cell phone images are often used against cops accused of using excessive violence. Now, officers are being armed with their own cameras.

Couple stranded 3 days after GPS leads them astray

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. - A Nevada couple letting their SUV's navigation system guide them through the high desert of Eastern Oregon got stuck in snow for three days when the GPS unit sent them down a remote forest road.

NORAD tracks Santa's sleigh for a high-tech Ho Ho

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Even Santa Tweets.