A new app for Android allows parents to set and control restrictions on their children’s phones and tablets from their own devices. Read More
Here’s more #tech for your nightlife.
HouseTab, which publicly launched last week, changes the way users pay for food and drinks at restaurants and bars. From buying drinks for nearby strangers to sending friends meals from halfway across the world, the app has so many functions, it’s hard to keep track of them all. Read More
Before you can binge drink, skip class and embarrass yourself at football games, you have to find friends to be by your side for the bad decisions.
A new app called JoinU is assisting in that process by helping incoming college freshmen connect before they ever step foot on campus.
Once high school seniors know Read More
With so many real estate apps and sites already out there, how does one stand out? A rap video, obviously.
RadPad is a real estate listing app that describes focuses on providing quality photos with each of its listings; it describes itself as “the Instagram meets Craigslist mobile rental marketplace.”
In “Here Goes the Read More
Any time tech enables us to skip a visit to the doctor’s office — however dubious the outcome may be — we are happy campers.
So it is with great excitement that we report on a new app that can accurately identify melanoma-affected moles about 85 percent of the time. Called DermoScreen, it was developed Read More
Ugh, is there anything worse than when you find yourself nodding your head like yeah to a catchy song only to discover that it’s about Nazism? There’s a new app that helps you avoid those musical faux pas. It’s currently being tested in Germany to fight the spread of that genre of music. Read More
Drinking so much beer your bladder nearly explodes is a time-honored tradition for sports fans. But deciding when to rush to the bathroom without missing anything could be hampered by long lines. The New York Post reports that the problem might soon finally be solved at Madison Square Garden. Read More