The data breach affecting tens of millions of holiday shoppers at Target is a stark reminder to businesses that information security must be a priority.
Questioning that new guy or girl you’re thinking of going on a date with? Well, there is an app for making that first date decision a bit easier.
By now, most people who use social media know they’re giving up some of their privacy. But you may be revealing more than you realize, as our Diana Rocco found out.
Thinking about adopting a child? Well there’s an app for that.
Users who log on can exchange gifts for a date, including flowers, a romantic dinner or even an “outdoor adventure.”
It’s called Animina, and it’s currently available in the iTunes Store for 99 cents.
The City of Philadelphia introduced a new mobile web application that allows citizens quickly to find out more about neighborhoods that are part of the PhillyRising Collaborative.
Penn students looking to party can now turn to their smartphones.
Point to a problem, even add a picture, and the app fires off a note to your man or woman in Washington.
Uber, which lets people order private drivers in sleek black cars using a smartphone app, is offering an ice cream-on-demand service — for one day only — in more than three dozen cities around the world, including Philadelphia.
The internal effects of heavy drinking can be pretty scary, but a new app proves that the external ones can be just as frightening.
The app, which costs 99-cents and is available for Android and iOS devices, works by recording short snippets of sound while you’re asleep.
Christopher Gray applied for 72 scholarships. He received 34. Now, he’s developed a $0.99 app which allows others to search in minutes, what he did over months.
Feeling less than gorgeous in that recent photo? There’s an app that’ll help you change that.
A technology breakthrough that’s giving amputees new abilities. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl shows us this amazing development.