Alicia Keys recently chopped off most of her hair, and the singer is looking to go even shorter.
For better or for worse, Instagram and Nickelback are seemingly ever-present in our culture.
Savvy shoppers know they can use their smartphones to comparison shop, but a series of new apps can also make the holidays a lot easier by helping users keep track of shopping lists and budgets.
A decade or so ago, the most important features in a car for many people were horsepower and the number of seats, but now there are more high- tech things to consider, with even more in the testing stages.
D.C. offers an app aimed at making the Public Service Commission more transparent. In Maryland, there's a website that lets you comparison shop for electric suppliers.
Around the world, the consumer appetite for apps seems to be insatiable.
Cyber Monday is expected to see major sales this holiday season, beating Black Friday experts say because of comparison shopping apps.
Other than checking in online - there is now more you can do to speed things up at the airport thanks to the Transportation Security Administration.
Texting while driving is prevalent and few would argue that it's dangerous and even deadly. Now, a mobile phone app might be putting some at ease.
Parker uses real-time information to show drivers available metered spaces and garage parking. It also includes the parking rates in the given spot.
Yes, really. There's even an app for that.
Parkmobile users listen up: You're about to be charged more.
These apps can help keep you safe in disaster or emergency situations
A lost phone with a dead battery is no problem if the phone is equipped with a new app by San Francisco-based Lookout Mobile Security.
The government is launching a new mobile app to provide access to the president's public documents and activities.
The brain that revolutionized physics now can be downloaded as an app for $9.99. But it won't help you win at Angry Birds.
With a touch of geek whimsy, Google Maps warns anyone who seeks walking directions to Mordor _the land of evil in "The Lord of the Rings"_ to use caution. "One does not simply walk into Mordor," it says. Apple is finding this week that creating an alternative to Google Maps isn't a simple walk, either.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have come up with an app called SignalGuru that predicts when signals will change from red to green.
Mobile apps are becoming an important part of emergency preparedness and management, a new survey shows.
WTOP's Randi Martin
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