Smart phone applications, is
here anything they can't help you evade or complain about faster?
Not from the people that brought you the various DUI
checkpoint warning apps, nor the people who offered the
Occupy Wallstreet-ready and the undocumented
immigrant-friendly versions of "hey, I'm getting arrested right
now, help!" apps, but rather from something called the Sikh
Coalition, comes a new app that makes complaining about the
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) a breeze.
We've noted that a bunch of senators were on a silly and uninformed grandstanding mission against various apps for the iPhone and Android phones that alert people to the locations of various police DUI checkpoints. Of course, all th...
Four U.S. Senators have sent a letter to Apple urging it to pull several apps they claim help drunk drivers avoid the police. “Giving drunk drivers a free tool to evade checkpoints, putting innocent families and children at risk, is...
BlackBerry has become the first major smartphone manufacturer to ban applications that help drunk drivers avoid DUI checkpoints.
Earth Day is coming up on April 22nd. What are you doing to play your part and be eco-friendly? Smartphone apps can be extremely helpful when it comes to monitoring your energy usage and carbon footprint. Some can even help you redu...