Acoustics relay your mood to a digital diary when you can't.
One day you'll be able to check if your package has been mishandled, before you sign for it, with a special sensor and a smartphone app.
Japanese creative agency Dentsu has come up with a way to allow Japanese children to access grownup newspapers by harnessing the power of augmented reality.
Getting the right fit can be important for safe condom use, and this app gives you an unbiased way to get measured up.
For fishing enthusiasts who also like to stock up on smartphone apps, a new system uses ultrasonic sensors and Bluetooth technology to help you catch even more fish.
A new app released by the New York Police Department proves that city agencies are finally catching up and learning how to truly harness smartphone technology.
The National Rifle Association, after saying that violent media is to blame for reactions to the recent shootings, has a new 'Practice Range' app that may ruffle some feathers.
We're still essentially at the beginning of the innovation cycle when it comes to smartphone apps, but even now there are amazing new apps that offer functions that can seem like magic. The latest of these includes an app the uses the iPhone 5's vibration function in a way that even Steve Jobs never imagined.
Time to retrain our brains people. Just as touch-typing has become something of a sport, with lightning fast texting and constant keyboard contact, a new app is looking to change the paradigm. The Slice Keyboard app is a new on-screen rotary board that redefines typing by creating new finger movements.
Gigwalk is a handy app if you're looking to make some extra bucks. Just download the free app and search for contract work in your area. It's a virtual Craigslist of sorts.