Some smartphone apps claim to repel mosquitoes but DEET may work best.
A new app called “Brew Drop” is available for boozers who want to streamline their beer runs.
History buffs may now learn more about Dallas by using a free app launched by Preservation Dallas and The Urban Armadillos organization.
Texas doctors are working to develop a new and easy way to diagnose a rare but serious form of eye cancer. Retinoblastoma is characterized by tumors that form inside the eye. In the U.S., it appears in some 350 babies and toddlers each year.
Instead of relying on the sounds or the sight of a thunderstorm, you can now rely on an app called, Pocket Perry.
North Texas is hosting more than just the Final Four this weekend. AT&T has launched the “NCAA Final Four North Texas” app to keep you updated on everything happening across the metroplex.
It’s that time of year again — Girl Scout Cookies go on sale this weekend. Every year, the program adds new technology to make it easier for Girl Scouts to sell cookies, and for customers to buy them.
When armed robbers held an entire office at gunpoint this week — they had no idea their victims, would be the ones to help track them down. Employees at the mobile app company turned to some of the things they know best — a computer and an app.
Ever suspect you do more housework than your spouse? Or that certain tasks at work raise your blood pressure? Maybe you wonder why you’re sneezing more, or if carbs really make you tired after lunch? Turns out, there’s an app or gadget to test all of that.
People who live or work in Dallas that have a complaint about potholes or high weeds have a new weapon in reporting those kinds of offenses. It’s a new Dallas 311 Application for smart phones.
Ever get to a ballgame and think, “I wish I had a better seat?”