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.
Want to earn stuff by watching TV? A free app for that debuted Wednesday.
The next wave of smartphone technology shares where police have radar detectors set up.
The "Winter Wake-Up" app keeps you from being blindsided by snow and ice that add time to your morning commute.
There are ways to access Wikipedia's content, even though the site is blacked out.
Microsoft is facing accusations of potential racism related to its patent for a new pedestrian-friendly map application.
Move over "Angry Birds" and make way for "Angry Brides."
A new app is designed to make you go to the gym by making it hurt financially if you don't.
A quick-thinking victim of a stolen iPhone helped Montgomery County Police not only recover his smartphone, but apparently also solve a string of thefts from autos.
Dulles International Airport, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport are included in Skype's plan.
A new smartphone app called "Uber" may give D.C. cab drivers a run for their money.
RepairPal will let you know of a shop's estimate of repair work is reasonable.
Transit Near Me takes sometimes confusing and hard-to-use transit maps and combines them into a single interactive map.
Soon, agents may have smart phones with a new app called Mobile One, which plugs into their phone and allows them to scan fingerprints in the field and plug them into the national criminal database.
With the holiday season in tow, many people may be looking for new activities to entertain their guests -- and Fairfax County would like to help them.
Your smartphone may contain a program that records every bit of data your phone creates, and there is very little you can do about it.