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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.
The National Zoo is debuting a mobile app that will help visitors find their way around the park.
This fall Arlington National Cemetery will have a new smartphone app to help families find loved ones buried there.
A new app for drivers tells them if they're too drunk to get behind the wheel. The app, called BreathalEyes, tracks eye movement to estimate the user's blood alcohol level.
One in four Facebook users admitted they don't tell the whole truth on their profiles. But their lies are not over relationships and status updates. Users say they're lying to protect their privacy.
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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.
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.
It happens to everyone and can eat up precious minutes -- even hours -- of a day: being put on hold on the phone for what seems like forever.
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