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Track Your Health With the Sexual Activity Calendar

By Winnie McCroy | Thursday Jul 17, 2014
Boston area pharmacist Dr. Sarah Russo announced the release of a new product, The S.A.C. App,™ which helps you track your sexual health and wellness.

NSA Using Angry Birds And Other Smartphone Apps To Collect Data

Tuesday Jan 28, 2014
Documents leaked by former NSA contactor Edward Snowden suggest that spy agencies have a powerful ally in the apps installed on smartphones across the globe. Delicious: When Technology Tastes Good

By Richard Frisbie | Tuesday Jan 21, 2014, the first gay app approved for ages 12 and older, was released at a food and technology panel discussion at The OUT NYC.

MISTER Named ’Gay App of the Year’ at NYC’s Odyssey Awards

By EDGE | Wednesday Jan 8, 2014
MISTER, the gay app for grown men, has been named the Best Gay Adult App by Odyssey Magazine. The fast-growing gay app, which targets men in their thirties and over, beat out more established apps like Scruff and Grindr for the award.

Gay App MISTER Partners with Hula for HIV Education, Testing

By Winnie McCroy | Tuesday Nov 12, 2013
Gay social app MISTER has partnered with Hula for a new HIV testing app, and social networking education campaign.

First Media Groups NEW Hardline App

By | Thursday Oct 31, 2013
With over 25 years in media communications, First Media Group was able to bring one of the most advanced chat applications to life; The Hardline Chat App.

GLBT History Museum Launches Free Audio Guide and Online Store

Thursday May 17, 2012
The GLBT History Museum has created a dynamic new tool to help visitors discover the history of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender life in San Francisco. Anyone with a cell phone or smartphone can listen to a digital audio tour.

Apps to curb texting while driving have tough task

By Peter Svensson | Monday Mar 29, 2010
Several software and gadget companies - many of them at the country’s biggest trade show for the wireless industry last week in Las Vegas - have sprung up to address the challenge of reminding cell phone users not to text or talk while at the wheel.

U.S. Cell Phone Users Donate $5M to Haiti Relief

By Barbara Ortutay | Friday Jan 15, 2010
The crisis in Haiti marks a new easy way to donate quickly to disaster relief: via a cell phone text. So far, $5 million has been raised from the quickie method.

Another use for your phone: `augmented reality’

By Rachel Metz | Monday Oct 5, 2009
You’re walking down the street, looking for a good place to eat. You hold up your cell phone and use it like the viewfinder on a camera, so the screen shows what’s in front of you. But it also shows things you couldn’t see before: Brightly colored markers indicating nearby restaurants and bars.
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