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.
A new Android app to test drivers is now available from Maryland’s Motor Vehicle Administration.
An Android App to test drivers is now available from the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration at the Google Play Store.
Violence, bullying, suicides. Anne Arundel County police are trying to stay ahead of the serious problems that affect schools.
Kayaks, canoes and paddle boards will be heading down the length of the Anacostia River to mark the 40th anniversary of the Clean Water Act and launch a new app for river lovers.
There’s a new application to help visitors navigate the massive collection of the Smithsonian’s 15 Washington museums and the National Zoo.
The owners of a Baltimore County farm are seeking to raise money to build a smartphone app that would keep customers informed of their weekly harvest.
For the first time, a car seat manufacturer is including a parental alert system as part of its standard product.