The attorney general’s office says Maryland has reached a settlement with the developer of the mobile app Snapchat in which the company agreed not to deceive consumers about “disappearing’ messages.
Gone are the days of preparing for the National Spelling Bee with flash cards. You guessed it–there’s an app for that now.
Anyone who has tried to park downtown knows it can be a major headache. Now one Canton resident says there’s an app for that.
With summer around the corner, children will finally be out playing. But with that freedom, parents need to keep an eye on them. The FBI is making that job easier by putting a new tool in their hands.
The National World War II Memorial in Washington is adding new technology to help connect with younger visitors to the site as the memorial reaches its 10-year anniversary.
The nation’s next millionaire app creator may be right here in Maryland. That’s what Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger believes. His team is on a quest to discover young app designers.
She survived a massacre. Now a young woman is trying to save others.
Can learning physics and geometry be fun? The answer is yes if you’re a student at Frederick Douglass High School in Baltimore City.
A smartphone app gives Howard County students and parents a way to report bullies.
Teaching young people how to identify the warnings signs of a dangerous relationship. That’s what a local foundation, created in memory of Cockeysville native Yeardley Love, is doing through a film.
Keeping tabs on inmates at the Carroll County Detention Center. Sending police anonymous tips. Searching for the county’s most wanted. There’s an app for that.
A team of high school students from South River High School in Edgewater is one of 10 winners of a national competition to develop mobile applications that address a need or problem in their schools or communities.