Education and technology are becoming increasingly integrated, and keeping up on all of the new educational applications for kids is important. One of the biggest struggles is not finding an app; it is finding the appropriate app.
Do you have a smartphone? Do you travel a lot? If you answered ‘yes’ to both of those questions, then DFW International Airport wants your help.
ERCOT has released a free app that provides updates on the status of the state’s electric grid and tips on how to conserve power when conservation efforts are needed most.
Smartphone technology is helping clean up neighborhoods in one local city. “Fix it Plano” has become one the most government friendly tools in the new age of apps.
Google’s digital marketplace for mobile applications, music, movies and books is unifying under a new name in an effort to spruce up the shopping experience.
Scott Ryan is one of many North Texans that will be seeking out the sales this holiday season. “Everybody likes to save money right?” he said. Finding the best deals is simple for this tech-savvy shopper, who uses an app on his smartphone to compare prices.
Some parents and gay advocates are upset with an app, available on the Google Android network, that promises parents it will help them determine whether their son is gay.
A new Android and iPhone application will let you know if the medicine you are taking is safe for your baby.
Every student needs help with school sometimes, and these apps might just be the answer.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson says smartphone users should be able to buy an app once and have it work on many devices.
AT&T said the company will start “very aggressively” marketing smart phones based on Google’s Android software.
Graffiti is one of the oldest afflictions in urban areas and Fort Worth is using one of the newest technologies to fight it.