The folks at Lyft are throwing a party and readying to add the cars with the pink mustaches to the streets of Minneapolis. Lyft revolves around a smartphone app that links passengers and drivers for what they call a peer-to-peer experience.
A controversial car-sharing service is moving ahead with its Twin Cities launch, though some say that it potentially defies local rules. Lyft has people use their own vehicles to pick up passengers who request a ride through a smartphone app.
University of Minnesota senior Alexis Haeg-Vang was studying for class on campus when she noticed something was missing. “I got up to leave, on my way to my appointment I realized my phone was gone,” she said. Alexis immediately tried to locate the phone that she bought for $700. She did so with a GPS tracker app from her computer. The battery had already been taken out from the phone.
If you’ve ever scrolled through your facebook timeline or twitter feed and thought, “Where are my friends?” the new Kinly app may be for you. Whatever you post goes only to your defined social circle or kin.
Information about Minnesota highway construction, crashes and other road incidents is now just a swipe of your smart phone away with a new app from the state Department of Transportation.
It’s estimated that Apple’s App Store sees more than 46 million mobile downloads every day. And all of them began with an idea.
The Holiday shopping season is in full swing at the Mall of America, and this year there’s something new to help make shopping even easier – an app.
Want to report a pothole, broken streetlight or parking meter while on the go? There’s now an app for that in Minneapolis.
More and more stores and shoppers in Minnesota are also using a new app called Square to pay for things.
WCCO-TV’s morning team had a little fun with a new app called the “Man Baby” app.
A local teen has developed a game app for Apple.
School lets out and students hit the road. A moment of freedom for the kids — and a moment of panic for parents.
Apple, Inc. has removed an app from its online store after a University of Minnesota sexuality professor said it was manipulating his research to support the idea that homosexuality can be changed.
The Department of Natural Resources says finding outdoor fun in Minnesota is easier than ever now that the agency has launched a handful of free new applications for mobile devices.
Anxious about your brackets? Watching every game? Check into games, score points, root for your team and talk smack to your buddies with CBS Minnesota’s latest mobile application: Shout Sports!