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Be honest - you've been to meetings where you are handed a binder full of notes and handouts. Printing those handouts are a waste of time and money. That's where iLegislate comes into play.
Looking for fresh produce from local farms? You might want to check out a new app.
Hit a pothole and you can have your phone's GPS deliver the crater's location to the appropriate transportation department.
With just a snap of your camera, a new mobile application can help you count calories.
There's a new, FREE smart phone mobile application that makes it easier for servicemembers and veterans to track their emotional health after deployments. e got the story from the Army's Dr. Robert Ciulla.
British researchers are trying to create mobile phone software that can diagnose sexually transmitted diseases.
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Scientists and students at the University of Maryland have developed a Video 911 app for smartphones.
The Office of Personnel Management launched a free USAJobs app for the iPhone and iPad.
The winners of USDA's Apps for Healthy Kids challenge were announced today. Amanda Eamich, director of web communications at USDA, joined DorobekINSIDER to discuss the motivation behind the contest and give details about the winning apps.
A new app tracks where the oil was -- and still is -- from the Gulf Coast oil spill. Jonathan Nelson, marketing director for Intridea, joined DorobekINSIDER to discuss the development of the Oil Reporter app.