There is a new app for people who smoke weed that is creating a national buzz.
The new feature of the IRS2Go app makes it easy to track your refund.
A Seattle-based company is hoping its app will change how patrons at bars and restaurants across the city change how they buy each other drinks and food.
The FBI is asking parents to use a new smartphone app should the unthinkable happen: the disappearance of their child.
Two Denver-based emergency room doctors started an app that helps people diagnosis what ails them. Now iTriage has 11 million downloads.
A group interested in keeping skiers and snowboarders safe in Colorado’s backcountry is trying to raise more money for the Colorado Avalanche Information Center.
A new app is taking technology in to the bedroom. The Spreadsheets App created by two Colorado based co-founders rates and tracks a couple’s “performance” while they are in bed.
The Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office has a warning to parents about an app that could keep secrets hidden from them.
Colorado Senate Democrats want locally owned businesses to show up on smartphones, but Republicans opposing legislation to make it happen say there are already a bunch of apps for that.
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