Cellphones and tablets have become an integral part of modern life, and the Prince George's County school system not only allows kids to carry phones and tablets during the day, but encourages teachers to incorporate them in the classroom.
What many would not give for complete silence. But who would have thought finding it would be so hard.Three apps promise the answer but at a premium.
If you dread laundry day, there's an app that can help.
Uber has launched a new service to deliver items ranging from candy to condoms in parts of Washington, D.C.
Google Maps is storing your travel data. Ken Colburn, of the Data Doctors, explains why, and details steps smartphone users can take to protect their privacy.
Some parents joke that raising kids would be easier if children came instruction manuals.
Looking to dine at D.C. area restaurants that source their food from the region's farmers? There's an app for that.
A pizza delivery app has angered residents of Washington, D.C. who, when trying to enter their address are told "DC is not a valid state." And the app's workaround didn't make things better.
Like to sing, paint and dance? Then check out these artsy apps. (Compiled by Jessica Greenberg, Special to WTOP)
Are you addicted to your iPhone? A new app tracks the time you spend on your screen in hopes you'll spend a little more time off it.
Take an audio visual tour of the newsroom and studio where staffers generate the content you hear on air, and see on wtop.com and social media
Now there's a smartphone app to help people exercise smarter, telling them how many carbohydrates and how much fat they burned.
Want to know what kind of bird is perched in the backyard? Now there's an app for that.
Target debuts shopping app that recognizes images in advertisements
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