At a time when more than six million people in the U.S. have had the flu so far this season, ABC News’ “Good Morning America” explored some apps that can help keep you and your family informed and healthy this winter.
The app Righter is designed for people looking for serious, monogamous relationships. The company urges “gentlemen to act like gentlemen” and “ladies to act like ladies.”
When Facebook announced its latest privacy-related blunder last Friday, one detail alarmed users: third-party apps could have accessed photos that were never even posted.
Conflict around screen time limits are taking a massive toll on families and new apps and hardware have sprung up to try and address this pain-point.
Part of planning for a road trip involves filling your phone with an army of apps that can help you locate the cleanest restrooms and steer clear of the nastiest traffic jams. And this summer, there’s a new app for your road-trip arsenal: the Virginia History Trails app.
A Leesburg, Virginia-based mobile app encourages adults to broach the subject of sexually transmitted diseases.
Interested in supporting nonprofit work in the U.S. and abroad? There’s an app for that — thanks to two local teenage brothers.
The $40-a-month Pacify app, which gives pregnant women and new mothers 24/7 access to nurses and nutritionists, is free for low-income women in D.C.
The FetchyFox app and GoWith social platform will help solve real-world passenger problems and help enhance your flying experience.
While it seems like technology could be a “great equalizer,” one expert says it’s not that simple. Silicon Valley’s chronic struggle with diversity is revealed in its products.
The unsettling side effects of traffic-tackling technology are popping up more frequently as more drivers depend on smartphones equipped with navigation apps like Waze, Google Maps and Apple Maps.
The list of the most popular mobile apps being used in the U.S. might not be surprising, but the number of users those top apps reach is impressive.
Although technology can often be a distraction to most kids, there are a number of apps that can help with attention and motivation.
It’s getting easier to take the bus across the area, as more bus providers add ways to track buses in real time. Find out who’s adding tracking information and what websites and smartphone apps you can check.
Shake Shack, which has about a half-dozen locations in the D.C. area, says it will give away a free single ShackBurger to anyone who downloads the new Shack App.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.