MyForce, SecuraFone, StreetSafe and bSafe are all apps designed to give people mobile protection and peace of mind on their iPhones, Blackberrys or Android-based phones.
Carpooling is on the rise, and social media and apps have a lot to do with that increase.
Colonial Williamsburg is unveiling a new mobile application to help tourists experience the 18th century historic area.
There could be more jellyfish than usual this summer at area beaches ... but don't worry, there's an app for that.
Are you a typer stuck in a texting world? This Android app might be for you.
AIDS Quilt Touch is a mobile web app that allows users to browse quilt panels, search for names, and add comments in a digital guestbook.
Facebook and General Electric launched an Olympics-themed app to get people to share health goals with their friends, from eating better to exercising.
Those who subscribe to online dating know it can be a risk to date someone before seeing them in person. A new app is giving more reason for doubt.
When Philip Sanford goes to his favorite bar to watch his beloved Seton Hall Pirates, he brings along his phone charger so he also can follow the game on Twitter.
With a free app for the iPad, waiting around for a table has been simplified.
This fall Arlington National Cemetery will have a new smartphone app to help families find loved ones buried there.
A new smartphone app lets last-minute travelers book a hotel with the swipe of a finger.
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.