How You Can Help NASA During The Solar EclipseAn educational NASA program, named GLOBE is asking viewers to participate in a nation-wide science experiment by collecting cloud and temperature data from their phones.
McDonald's Tries to Stay Ahead of Changing Fast Food TrendsMcDonald's is hoping to make a difference in its future seven seconds at a time.
'See, Click, Fix.' App Helps Connect Citizens to City HallResidents of Ferguson now have a new way of reporting problems to City Hall.
New Snapchat Feature Raises Privacy ConcernsKnown originally for its disappearing messages and photo filters, a new feature takes takes privacy in the other direction.
The Typewriter is Making a ComebackEverything old is new again, and another vinyl record-era instrument is re-gaining traction.
Wells Fargo Goes Card-lessWells Fargo customers with a smartphone can withdraw money from an ATM using the banks app.
New Facebook 'Town Hall' Feature Goes PoliticalFacebook released a new tool this week that allows its users to contact their local lawmakers.
Ballpark Pass Delivers Tickets to Every Home Game Straight to Your PhoneIt's a monthly subscription that gets you into every home game, and it's turning out to be pretty innovative in terms of sports business.
New Year Brings New Way to Report Crime to CrimeStoppersCrimeStoppers' previous free "Tip Submit" phone app and texting line will go offline as of this Saturday, New Year's Eve, to be replaced by a P3 mobile app, also free of charge.
The Airbnb Of Cars Is Here, Allowing Owners To Rent Out Their VehiclesThe new app used in Chicago and Evanston is called Getaround.
EXCLUSIVE: Local Syrian Refugees Living in SqualorCharlie Brennan finds mice, bugs and no electricity in the home of a Syrian refugee family.
South St. Louisans Use Smartphones To Help Track Vacant PropertyDutchtown residents being trained to use city-funded Loveland app.

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