Summer means swimming, sunshine and fun, but it can also be a risky season with families hitting the beach, the pool and the trails on bikes.
There’s a new weapon in the battle against mosquitoes: smartphone apps that make sounds mosquitoes are supposed to hate.
People have been working out and dieting as long as we can remember. And they’re still looking for ways to do it better. So it’s no wonder that health clubs and app developers keep coming up with new ideas.
New technology is changing the way parents can stay connected with their young children. Now they can know exactly how their kid is doing, even when they’re at work, thanks to a $5 app.
The economy seemed to be top of mind this year — jobs, budgets and stock market swings. This blog is all about taking those things into consideration and finding ways for you to continue doing the things that make life more enjoyable — living the good life without costing you more money.
Shoppers have more mobile technology than ever to use this holiday shopping season.
As we get ready for that big Thanksgiving meal, many are getting ready for some intense shopping.
You hear it all the time, “there’s an app for that.” You can now add the great Minnesota get-together to that list.
We’ve been talking all week in ‘the Good Life For Less’ blog about ways to save money using apps on your cell phone.Now here are even more ways to save!
There’s a whole new financial world out there — one where your bank is in the palm of your hands and your financial info is floating in space. That can be both helpful and a security risk — if you’re not paying attention.
Smart phones have helped keep us connected; you can keep in touch with old classmates on Facebook, follow your favorite sports star on Twitter, and check up on the latest weather report all in the palm of your hand. But those handy little ways of keeping you up-to-date with information can also save you money.
A free iPhone app to report and track potholes has been created by a couple of Twin Cities men.