Take "Words with Friends," add a dose of "Pictionary," and you get a smash smartphone hit.
A popular app used to take and share photos is no longer just for iPhone and iPod Touch users.
Most consumers have heard the phrase, "There's an app for that" in commercials. But in some cases the apps that offer healthy tips in a mobile form are really improving the health of their users.
An iPhone app downloaded tens of thousands of times has been voluntarily pulled off the market after a popular website called it "creepy" and raised privacy concerns.
The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles is going mobile.
General Motors soon will sell a $50 smartphone application that could replace your dashboard navigation system.
Free apps can take the guesswork out of finding a lost phone or locating a clean toilet.
TweetMyJobs is the high-tech way to use an old tried and true method to get a job -- being referred to a company or government agency by someone who already works for them.
A leading publisher of children's books is taking a big step into the electronic market.
Beer drinkers can now trace their Budweiser back to the company's Williamsburg brewery.
Learning Frederick's rich history is now as simple as a swipe of the finger with the new Frederick Walking Tour smartphone application.
The son of the quiet Beatle now has an iPad app that lets people see 360-degree studies of George Harrison's guitars and multi-media presentations.
It happens to everyone and can eat up precious minutes -- even hours -- of a day: being put on hold on the phone for what seems like forever.
A new app created by doctors helps those in need of caffeine optimize their intake to get the most energy -- without losing any sleep.
Twitter recently acknowledged the company downloads the entire address book of its mobile users, including email addresses and phone numbers, when they use the "Find Friends" app.
Did you know that iPad usage spikes at 8 p.m. and iPhone consumption peaks at 8 a.m., noon and 6 p.m.?
Looking for a promising career in a lousy economy? A new study suggests you're apt to find it in apps _ the services and tools built to run on smartphones, computer tablets and Facebook's online social network.
Virginia State Parks has launched a smartphone application that will help guide visitors to a park nearest them and help them navigate trails and other attractions.
There are iPhone apps that map out the Battle of Gettysburg A climate-controlled system at the visitor center in Gettysburg is so precise it will detect the change of a few degrees And soon parking lots at the Gettysburg battlefield will also be equipped with the latest technology
A new website app may provide help with the age-old parenting battle of getting kids to do their chores and do them well.