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