Hate being stuck in traffic? Hate waiting at a restaurant for a table? Hate the weather? What else do you hate? Now, there's an app for that.
Got a problem with a medical device, drug, or vaccine? Now, there's an app for that.
Va.'s Civil War history lesson on wheels to encamp for 3 days at Chancellorsville's 150th
Apps and online tools make tough life a bit easier for Alzheimer's, autism caregivers
Tired of seeing doggy droppings accumulate in your neighborhood? There's a new app to the rescue.
The app itself is not new, but it's just been upgraded to include real-time parking information for more than 100 Colonial Parking locations around the area.
Civil War Trust rolls out its Appomattox Battle App, the latest of 10 smartphone apps
Can't wait for the Cherry Blossom Festival to start? Good news - there's an app for that.
A new app on the scene -- called ShowScoop -- aims to do for concerts what Yelp does for restaurants, bars and nightclubs.
When a popular app that predicted Metro's train and bus times mysteriously stopped working in December, many D.C. area commuters were left in the dark -- and out in the cold -- at bus stops.
Centers for Disease Control releases free iPad app so you can play disease detective at home
Music legend Quincy Jones launches new music education application, Playground Sessions
The two biggest parking pains are remembering your spot and keeping track of the meter. Now, there's an app for both.
Tamagotchi returns: Electronic pet reborn as mobile app, lifestyle brand
Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery launches new app to showcase US presidential portraits
WTOP's Del Walters reports.
A doctor who helped developed a medical application for smartphones attended the State of the Union in the presidential box. He was being honored for his work as an innovator in the health care industry.
Newer Android devices, including the Galaxy S III smartphone and the Nexus 10 tablet, are equipped with atmospheric pressure sensors that could lead to better forecasts.
Bandsintown app helps keep track of concerts in the area so you never miss a show from your favorite band.
The popular new Twitter-owned video-sharing app, Vine, now requires users to promise they're at least 17 years of age, because the app has become a popular venue for pornography.