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There's an app for just about everything, but what ones are actually worth owning?
As the baby boomer generation -- a large segment of the smart phone-owning population -- continue to take care of their parents, software developers are creating a greater number of apps aimed at providing for senior citizens.
Some free iPhone apps have ways of draining your wallet, particularly if you have kids.
Info Security reports that the U.K. ban on Apple's iPhone and iPad is due to the company's refusal to allow British intelligence review the source code.
RATTS, or Retail Anti-Theft Teams, have recovered thousands of dollars worth of stolen cologne, perfume, clothing, iPhones and much more from organized bands of out-of-state thieves who are targeting area stores on both sides of the Potomac River.
Aggressive drivers beware! Your fellow commuters are fed up, and now they can do something about it.
State Department CIO Susan Swart tells Federal News Radio she can see a light at the end of the tunnel for several large and important technology projects.
December 9, 2010
With just a snap of your camera, a new mobile application can help you count calories.
Don't want to wander aimlessly looking for early-morning deals after Thanksgiving? There's an app for that.