Ted Leonsis, CEO of the company that owns Washington Capitals, Wizards, Mystics and Verizon Center, believes exposing fans to groundbreaking techhnology is an important way to "make sure people want to continue to come to arenas, and that they're wowed."
Wiping employees' personal devices is becoming more common among a growing number of companies.
Folding a paper airplane so it will fly takes skill and patience. A new smartphone-controlled paper airplane kit is close to hitting the market.
Reston-based NII Holdings, which sells a Nextel-branded wireless service in Mexico and Latin America, is expanding its reach stateside, launching an iPhone app that mimics Nextel's once popular Push-to-Talk service.
Starbucks executives confirm the company's mobile app, the most used mobile-payment app in the United States, has been storing usernames, email addresses and passwords in clear text, according to Computerworld.
As the debate continues over whether a driver should wear Google Glass behind the wheel, a new app for the wearable computer helps keep drowsy drivers awake.
A D.C.-based start-up has launched the first global wireless registry, letting people and businesses own their unique WiFi SSIDs. It paves the way for mobile proximity services.
For pet owners who worry they'll need help on hand if their pet is suddenly injured or ill, the Red Cross is offering a First Aid app that helps diagnose and treat some common pet injuries.
Controversial rock star Courtney Love's defense against an allegedly defamatory tweet is the first time a Twitter libel case has gone to trial in the U.S. It could answer questions of how defamation law applies to social media.
Texting is so 2012. At least that's what researchers say as more people favor instant message apps.
With the growing importance of social media in business and personal communication, video is a key way of getting a message across. Professional video production can be very expensive. A local image strategist offers tips on how to do great video on a smartphone.
Parents need to put their foot down when it comes to electronics in the bedroom.
When a disaster happens, many good Samaritans are quick to make donations. But oftentimes, those donations go to waste. A Virginia company is designing an app to change that.
Wearable technology is all the rage. A child wearing Smart PJs can now hear and see bedtime stories on a phone or tablet.
D.C. and Baltimore are among the cities where an app called SpotHero can help you find guaranteed, discounted parking.
If you like using social apps on your smartphone, some new trends may define the way you communicate in 2014.
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