Instagram, a popular photo-sharing app owned by Facebook that boasts about 100 million users, announced Thursday that users will now be able to share videos.
Sure they are free, but some of the most popular mobile apps could be tracking your every move and revealing your personal and financial data.
You can change the look of a photo with a filter, you can add a location and a hashtag, and soon Instagram users will be able “tag.”
You may think you’re good at monitoring your teen’s texting activities, but there are new apps and texting lingo designed to keep parents in the dark.
CBS today announced that it has launched a new, free app for the iPhone and iPad that allows for full-episode streaming to Apple’s mobile devices.
There are lots of websites and software available, but you may not have thought of smartphone apps for doing your taxes.
A free app from Florida State Parks can help you find a nearby camp site, track your trails and warn you of imminent bad weather.
A new technology startup based in Miami announced Tuesday it has closed a $1 million round of seed funding from investors.
You’ve probably given great thought to your Super Bowl fare, but have you considered what “app”etizers will be on your menu?
Once banished from Apple’s iOS, Google Maps has returned to the mobile platform in the form of a standalone app.