Don't-Miss Lifestyle software Stories
Browse for stuff on your phone, take a screenshot, and SnapUp makes that info shop-able.
Men have to request access or be invited to join
The move comes after a cease-and-desist demand from the city attorney.
We look at a trio of smartphone accessories aimed at alerting you when you've had one too many. But which device came out on top?
The public parking app company rejects the notion that it buys or sells spots.
Type "Show me the menu for" in front of the name of a restaurant, and your Google search results will now let you know what's for dinner.
Breather's app lets iPhone users unlock private rooms for work and conferencing.
Microsoft invests in Askem, a social quiz app that has so far been released just for iOS devices.
An integration with Shopkick will send deals to people's smartphones at the front entrance.
Stop waving your hand at every passing cab. Hail them with your phone instead.
Every ad for every store, all in one place? Yes, please.
Forget budgeting. This is a whole new way to watch your finances.
Everybody calm down. These are only pictures, and we won't know what's inside the final shipping smartwatch until Samsung is good and ready.
If a free app can save you from getting a parking ticket, or wasting gas while hunting for a space, you better believe it's worth a download.
Whether you aspire to become a four-star chef or just avoid a four-alarm fire the next time you cook dinner, the right accessories and apps can be invaluable in the kitchen.
Whether you want to be a four-star chef or just avoid a four-alarm fire in the kitchen, plenty of apps and accessories can help you get food on the table.
The mobile app developer hoped to lure new users with its ice cream delivery promotion.