A Dallas-based developer has created an app that allows parents to remotely lock their children’s apps. The locking can be done with individual applications, or by locking categories of apps.
Some smartphone apps claim to repel mosquitoes but DEET may work best.
An Android update, wearable gadgets and so-called smart home devices are just some of the innovations Google is likely to show off at its two-day developer conference.
Going on a road trip? Here’s a list of great tips to make your outing that much better.
President Barack Obama isn’t giving up his BlackBerry — at least not for now.
Motorola is making a cheaper smartphone aimed at emerging markets and budget-conscious consumers in the U.S.
You’ve heard of sleep walking? Try sleep texting. No joke — experts say they’re seeing more and more people complaining about it.
Moving around the Metroplex is about to get easier because, now, there’s an app for that. The GoPass is officially on track, changing the way that public transit riders book and board.
Microsoft is bringing a pared-down version of its Office software to Android phones, but it won’t work on Android tablets just as it doesn’t on iPads.
The City of Richardson introduced its own app for mobile devices on Wednesday. Programmers designed and created the app internally and integrated it with city services.
Do you want to know your child’s grades, or find out what is happening at their school today? There’s an app for that, at least if you live in the Fort Worth ISD.
There are lots of websites and software available, but you may not have thought of smartphone apps for doing your taxes.