With the nationwide unemployment rate still in the 9 percent range, many jobless Americans are looking for an opening anywhere they can find one.
Even if you love to shop, it can be a pain this time of year. Stores are crowded, gift options seem endless and it's hard to determine if you're getting the best prices.
Parents playing tour guide for their kids in the nation's capital can have some extra help at their fingertips.
It may be Cyber Monday, but many people still have plans for some hands-on holiday shopping, and there's an easy way to check whether those in-store holiday sales are actually good deals.
History teams up with technology when officials unveil the latest Civil War app, this one for Chancellorsville.
Free is always good, right? But how do you know if it's really a good deal?
A local police department is about to roll out safety technology not seen anywhere else in the world.
Eye Guardian looks for graphic phrases in your child's text messages and on his Facebook page and alerts you.
Improving your vehicle's gas mileage can help save money and cut expenses.
If you're the type who likes to look around a bit before buying a new purse or a new pair of shoes, you might like the recently introduced free app called Snapette.
Red lights are not only a nuisance when you're running late for work, they're also bad for the environment. Now, there's a smartphone app that will help drivers map out driving times, based on traffic signals.
Starting Friday, the Red Cross set up dozens of shelters in the regions in Irene's path.
A new smartphone application could help speed up trips through security by guiding travelers through the airport security process.
Fans can find great deals at the ballpark, this year, where the cheap seats are cheaper than ever.
Busch Gardens in Williamsburg is offering a new smartphone application that will help tourists find information such as wait times for roller coasters, restaurant menus or restroom locations.
Intel Research has developed an on-board surveillance system that can capture video of culprits who damage parked cars, then drive away. It can even send real-time video to a driver's smartphone.
Internet company AOL is trying to snatch a larger portion of the tablet computer audience by launching free iPad software that presents a customized, daily e-magazine that draws in content from all over the Web.
When your baby cries, the app can alert you with a text, email or phone call.
Inova's hospitals are among those offering wait time information that is updated every 10 minutes.
The Virtual Vehicle Company has designed a Smartphone app that logs data about a driver's regular habits and then produces hypothetical results of how an electric car would handle the same trip.