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Can a mobile app really teach a baby to find her nose? Or learn to recognize letters and numbers? Not according to an advocacy group that filed a complaint Wednesday with the Federal Trade Commission.
In just the past week, there have been two high-profile North Texas cases — an alleged sexual assault and an alleged child abduction — in which the victim and the suspect used Kik.
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.
A Wal-Mart store in Plano is one of the first in the country that will allow customers to scan items with their iPhone or iPad so that a prepared receipt is ready when they reach checkout.
As North Texans prepare for storm season, the American Red Cross today launched its official Tornado App. The free app, available in English or Spanish, offers access to local and real-time weather information.
There are lots of websites and software available, but you may not have thought of smartphone apps for doing your taxes.
Research in Motion changed its name to BlackBerry on Wednesday, and launched a makeover of its mobile operating system along with two new smartphones.
Apple said that people have downloaded more than 40 billion apps on for the iPhone, iPad and the iPod Touch, nearly half of them in 2012.
After three months, the world’s most popular online mapping system returned to the iPhone late Wednesday night with the release of a Google Maps app.
The government is investigating whether companies that make apps have violated the privacy rights of children by quietly collecting personal information and sharing it.