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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.
It was once baseball legend: The third base slide or the second base switch.
Smart phone users can conjure up recipes, find directions, identify a song and, soon, fight depression, all with the push of a button.
The two biggest parking pains are remembering your spot and keeping track of the meter. Now, there's an app for both.
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.
Savvy shoppers know they can use their smartphones to comparison shop, but a series of new apps can also make the holidays a lot easier by helping users keep track of shopping lists and budgets.
Gone are the days when people went to the movie theatre to just sit and watch a movie. One company is looking to return to the older and simpler days of movie watching when cell phone etiquette was not an issue.
A lost phone with a dead battery is no problem if the phone is equipped with a new app by San Francisco-based Lookout Mobile Security.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have come up with an app called SignalGuru that predicts when signals will change from red to green.
The D.C. area is one of the toughest for speed cameras, speed patrols and tickets.
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