Mobile apps are becoming an important part of emergency preparedness and management, a new survey shows.
WTOP's Randi Martin
YouTube is being reprogrammed for the iPhone and iPad amid the latest fallout from the growing hostility between Apple and the video service's owner, Google.
The D.C. area is one of the toughest for speed cameras, speed patrols and tickets.
Who needs a boring old spring mattress when you could have a self-adjusting, eco-friendly, multi-media bed surrounded by a custom made, environmentally-conscious frame.
A new app from the Red Cross allows users to let friends and family know they're OK in the event of a severe weather emergency, among other features.
The Civil War Trust is rolling out a new battle app to mark the 150th anniversary of the Second Battle of Manassas.
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What if your face could get you a discount?
Bikers will still have to pedal to get from point to point, but now they can check ahead of time to see if their route is hilly or includes a shortcut.
D.C.-based Sawbuck Realty has raised $3.5 million in a Series A funding round led by Revolution Ventures and The JBG Cos. Managing Partner Robert Stewart, money that will support Sawbuck's house-hunting app HomeSnap.
Curious how many Democrats live on your block? Just download the Obama campaign's new mobile app.
The National Zoo is debuting a mobile app that will help visitors find their way around the park.
Planning to visit colleges with your kids can be difficult. But a new app promises to simplify the process of planning those tours.
Becoming sick or injured while on vacation can become expensive for those who need medical attention, but there are ways travelers can prepare.
A company that's becoming synonymous with ordering up a ride home is offering summer treats -- and only Friday, July 13.
MyForce, SecuraFone, StreetSafe and bSafe are all apps designed to give people mobile protection and peace of mind on their iPhones, Blackberrys or Android-based phones.
Carpooling is on the rise, and social media and apps have a lot to do with that increase.
Colonial Williamsburg is unveiling a new mobile application to help tourists experience the 18th century historic area.
There could be more jellyfish than usual this summer at area beaches ... but don't worry, there's an app for that.