For parents who are aware teens are using a popular new app called TikTok, here are some basics on what it’s all about.
A new pilot program that’s part of an overhaul of transportation safety in D.C. would let some residents issue parking tickets on their own.
Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn offers some tips on safety when it comes to technology and apps for expectant mothers.
Apple rolled out new features designed to track and limit screen time. Then, it started policing the competition, according to a New York Times report published Saturday.
The parents of a University of South Carolina student who mistook her alleged killer’s car for an Uber want changes in the ride-sharing industry.
Apps are out there that do everything from having Matthew McConaughey read you a bedtime story, to monitor your snoring. Here are five apps to try for a better night’s sleep.
The global streaming platform hit the milestone within six days of its India debut, a company spokesperson confirmed.
Plenty of restaurant apps offer small freebies such as desserts, snacks, drinks and sandwiches to brand-new users.
Dubbed “Move,” this concept seat is made of a fancy fiber that’s connected to built-in smart sensors — allowing passengers to manually control seat temperature, tension, pressure and movement, all via an app on their phone.
Even if you aren’t an experienced bargain shopper, finding the best price is easier than ever thanks to a myriad of tech tools. Try these apps.
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.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.