Go on a treasure hunt the whole family can enjoy — geocaching! Geocaching takes your child’s love for technology into the great outdoors.
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.
LinkedIn’s iOS app is collecting information from calendar entries, including passwords and meeting notes, and transmitting it back to the company’s servers without their knowledge, according two mobile security researchers.
Google is escalating its rivalry with Microsoft with the purchase of Quickoffice, the maker of a mobile app for working on documents created in Microsoft Office programs.
If you’re trying to lose weight or simply improve your overall health, studies show tracking your activity may help you reach your goals. A recent report shows that people who use a pedometer nearly double the number of leisure steps they take on a daily basis.
A new app, developed in Austin, arrived on San Francisco’s night scene to scan the faces of patrons at 25 bars, trying to determine their ages and genders.
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.
This move will allow developers to create and sell just about any fantasy sports-related apps they can think of to users of CBSSports.com, one of the world’s three largest fantasy sports websites.
Words With Friends, the online word game, provided a lifeline for one man living on the opposite side of the world.
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.
There is new technology in place at gas stations, designed to help consumers learn about the quality of the gasoline that they put into their cars.