Indoor position technologies are gaining steam, with the spread of sensors and wireless signals in buildings and a concerted push by manufacturers.
The American Red Cross has released a free app that supplies warnings, instructions and other helpful information in the event of a tornado.
The National Cancer Institute’s QuitPal app gives people trying to quit smoking help that can carry with them.
“Vanguard of Valor: Small Unit Actions In Afghanistan,” which had been available in paperback and PDF, makes the leap to an interactive format.
CDC's new iPad game, "Solve the Outbreak," puts players in the role of disease detectives and extends the growing trend toward gaming in government.
Manufacturers are adding features that makes sense on the job -- such as ruggedness and two-factor authentication -- though no one tablet has it all yet.
Mobile Gov is conducting a survey to find out what app and website developers can do to enhance user experience. Help a fellow fed and fill it out.
Poor documentation on APIs have put a burden on mobile app developers, who have taken to crowdsourcing their questions to level the playing field.
A McAfee survey finds that 36 percent of mobile users don't even use a password to protect their devices, which serves as a reminder to secure your smart phones and tablets.
Agency releases STIG to guide IT personnel to ensure implementations of the new OS are secure.