Education and technology are becoming increasingly integrated, and keeping up on all of the new educational applications for kids is important. One of the biggest struggles is not finding an app; it is finding the appropriate app.
A controversial iPhone application called “Girls Around Me” has been pulled from the virtual shelves by its creator after the public called it a breach of privacy.
Apple is holding an event Wednesday in San Francisco, and has hinted that it will reveal a new iPad model. Rumors speak of an updated tablet with a speedier processor, a sharper screen and an option for faster wireless broadband access.
The year is 2124. A little girl comes home from class with an assignment to write a report on the booming 2020s.
Three savvy Seattle guys have plans for an iPhone app, Toll Avoider, to help you “bridge the gap” in tolling fees when 520 starts collecting tolls on December 29.
A Seattle man who was allegedly robbed of his iPhone at knifepoint early Sunday says the perpetrator fled to the Occupy Seattle encampment at Seattle Central Community College.
Have fun with the “x-ray” machine app called X-Ray Candy Inspector. Is it a trick? Or a treat?
When will the iPhone 5 be released? Will Sprint carry it? And what about the new Microsoft store opening in Seattle? October seems to be a big month for mobile technology!
Seattle based Alaska Airlines has an all new iPhone (and soon-to-be-released) Android app. The airline calls it your “pocket concierge” to better your travel on Alaska.
Parenting can be a daunting task, but fortunately, we live in an age where technology can be a great parenting tool. Here are some apps we think are worth looking into.