Smartphone Apps Are Helping Users Avoid Mosquitoes Next time you’re having issues with mosquitoes the problem can be solved as easily as pulling out your smartphone.
Taking Google Glass For A Test DriveThey’re a little strange looking, controversial and aren't even available to the public yet. But Google Glass may soon become the next hottest thing in mobile communication.
Coral Gables Boat Warehouse Plan Sinks A nearly two-year battle over a controversial boat warehouse at Matheson Hammock Park in Coral Gables is over.
"Angry Trayvon" App Sparks OutrageA mobile game called “Angry Trayvon” available through app stores has sparked enough controversy to convince the developer of the game to promise to shut it down.
RNC Releases Mobile Phone App For Convention The RNC and the Tampa Bay Host Committee released an invaluable tool on Friday for anyone heading to the convention.
Something Extra: The Ugly "Ugly Meter"If there's such a thing as reincarnation, next time around, I'd be an app developer.
County Looking To Hire 120 Part-Time Bus Drivers Miami-Dade Transit is looking to fill over120 part-time bus driver positions. The move comes after some veteran full-time bus drivers are being trained to become Metrorail operators for the forthcoming elevated train line to Miami International Airport.
FLL To Offer Free E-Books To TravelersWaiting for your luggage at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport can now enrich your brain.
Cash Strapped South Floridians Wait In Line For Section 8 HousingIn what some are calling a sign of the times, hundreds of people stood in line for hours Tuesday to apply for low income housing in Hialeah.
Security Flaw Discovered In iPhone 4S "Siri" FeatureJust as Apple breaks a record by selling four million iPhone 4S devices in a weekend, there's news of a security flaw.
Mobile Monitoring Software Helps Parents Corral Kid's Tech UsageMonitoring your kids' Internet activity used to be as easy as setting up the family desktop in the living room. Not any more. Thanks to smart phones and laptops, kids are online all the time without mom and dad's knowledge.
Justin Bieber Partners With S. Fla. Anti-Texting App Teen singing sensation Justin Bieber wants South Florida teens and teens across the country, to stay safe behind the wheel so he is putting his star power to work to keep teens from texting and driving.
Cash Back For Eating Out? Yes, There’s An App For That Eating out, any time of day, can get expensive but a new app promises to save you some money the next time you place your order.
Got A Confession To Make? There’s An App For That! It’s password protected and church approved. A new iPhone app may shorten the lines at the confessionals at South Florida churches.