The unofficial start of summer is under way, and it's time to face your enemy: the mosquito.
Dieters know the tricks to staying on a diet. Now, a new app takes dieting a step further, broadcasting dieters' late night cheating at the fridge to their social networks.
Instead of wooden tiles, today's Scrabble game-play usually involves a touchscreen. So, which is better?
A new iPhone app lets you learn a home's estimated price, how many square feet it has, the number of bedrooms and baths and its yearly taxes.
A team of students from Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has released a 99 cent application for the iPhone called Sigmund.
WTOP's Neal Augenstein uses the Ugly Meter app and puts his vanity to the test. Check out the video.
A Sikh advocacy group launched a free mobile application Monday that allows travelers to complain immediately to the government if they feel they've been treated unfairly by airport screeners.
A new app is providing a platform for charitable giving - with an interesting twist.
For wildlife enthusiasts hoping to catch a glimpse of wolves, grizzly bears and bison at Yellowstone National Park, the best place to be on the lookout may soon be a cellphone.
A new smartphone application allows you to embed short written messages in classic movie scenes with 3-D special effects -- a technology the app's developer believes will expose a younger audience to movies their parents loved.
It's a conundrum people face every weekend, when they've had a little too much to drink. How do you get your car in the morning? One company, StearClear, thinks it's found the solution.
Chances are you're already posting pictures of your dog or cat to Facebook, but what if you want your pet to have his or her own social networking profile?
Take "Words with Friends," add a dose of "Pictionary," and you get a smash smartphone hit.
A popular app used to take and share photos is no longer just for iPhone and iPod Touch users.
Most consumers have heard the phrase, "There's an app for that" in commercials. But in some cases the apps that offer healthy tips in a mobile form are really improving the health of their users.
An iPhone app downloaded tens of thousands of times has been voluntarily pulled off the market after a popular website called it "creepy" and raised privacy concerns.
The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles is going mobile.
General Motors soon will sell a $50 smartphone application that could replace your dashboard navigation system.
Free apps can take the guesswork out of finding a lost phone or locating a clean toilet.
TweetMyJobs is the high-tech way to use an old tried and true method to get a job -- being referred to a company or government agency by someone who already works for them.
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