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!
University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers have developed a smart phone app for people dealing with addiction.
The Catholic Church is concerned that some ads may lead parishioners to believe they can use a new iPhone app for confession.
These days, it seems there’s an app for everything, and there is a recent technology that is aimed at couples struggling with infertility.
A University of Minnesota Family Science professor has some advice for parents who may have given the gift of an iPod touch to their children over the holidays after a 6-year-old Chicago-area girl rang up $400 worth of apps on her new device.
Have you ever thought about who created all of those applications you’ve downloaded on your smart phone? Or how they learned how to make those apps?