The single mother of three was watching CBS 11 News one night when she heard about a Frisco software development company looking for the next big app idea.
A 14-year-old girl and an iPhone helped police capture two men suspected of breaking into and burglarizing her house on Monday in Richland Hills.
Looking for the perfect Halloween costume? A special iPhone app may offer the perfect idea for you.
Workers making renovations at DFW International Airport have a new tool. Instead of taking out a huge roll of paper blueprints, they grab an Apple iPad.
The ACLU of Texas wants to offer an app to residents that allows them to record police officers to boost accountability.
From live streaming to flash polls to the 10 Seconds of Glory, giving you the ability to record a 10 second audio clip on-air, all from your iPhone.
About 16 percent of Americans have gym memberships. But how many people actually use them? A new app aims to help you reach your weight loss goals, or pay for failing.
Think you’ve got an idea for the next best app? A North Texas business is willing to help you make it a reality. And who knows — you just might strike it big.
Texans will be armed with a new Internet tool this wildfire season that will help spot their wildfire risk and how to respond to it.
Like any Mom, Karen Carmeli is full of pride when she talks about her son, 9-year-old Yair. “He was a great baby… always happy. He was such a joy, and still is.” Yair is also autistic.
So, you want to head out to the Main St. Fort Worth Arts Festival this weekend, but you’re not sure what to see and do. There’s an app for that.
The mobile game “Angry Birds” has been downloaded 700 million times in about two years. Now, birds and pigs are heading into zero gravity.