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Hold Your Health in the Palm of Your Hand with Healthvana

AIDS | By Winnie McCroy | Feb 17
Healthvana, a new app that hooks healthcare providers with their clients via smartphone, lets you hold your HIV test results in the palm of your hand.

Dallas Lesbian Creates Website That Lets You Rate People

PERSONAL TECH | By Jenny Block | Feb 11
Dallas dynamo Lacey Brutschy has created a website that lets you rate the people you work with every day. How would you rank?

Best of Women and Sex 2014

NATIONAL | By Winnie McCroy | Jan 2
What a great year for being sexy! From social apps to lesbian porn to the most awesome sex toys ever created, 2014 has sizzled for the ladies. As you ease into a New Year, check out the best of last year's sex.

Traffic App Enrages Neighborhood Residents

PERSONAL TECH | By John Rogers | Dec 15
When word spread that the explosively popular new smartphone app Waze was sending more cars through their neighborhood in a quest to shave five minutes off a daily rush-hour commute, residents were angry and ready to fight back.

Uber Backtracks on Price Hikes During Sydney Drama

CORPORATE | Dec 15
The cab-hailing company Uber was promising free rides and refunds Monday for people fleeing central Sydney after coming under criticism for hiking prices during a hostage crisis that was unfolding there.

'Driving While Black' Apps Give Tips for Police Stops

PERSONAL TECH | By Steven Dubois | Dec 12
Avoiding any move that could make officers think you're reaching for a gun is just one of the tips "Driving While Black" offers. And despite its attention-grabbing name, the common-sense advice it offers applies to motorists of all races.

Google Hangouts App Lets Friends Track Your Location

PERSONAL TECH | Dec 12
Convenient, or just plain creepy? The updated app will even prompt you to share your location on a map. CNET tech reporter Bridget Carey joins CBSN to discuss.

Vermont Students Rally Against Cyberbullying

PERSONAL TECH | By Dave Gram | Dec 11
Students at a Vermont high school are winning praise for their efforts to fight back against online bullying.

Judge Orders Shutdown of Uber App in Spain

CORPORATE | Dec 10
A judge has ordered the precautionary suspension of the ridesharing service Uber in Spain, saying it represents unfair competition.

Mobile Apps Still Collect Information on Kids

PERSONAL TECH | By Anne Flaherty | Dec 9
More than a year after federal regulators issued new privacy rules for kids' mobile apps, online stores are flooded with cute and silly software programs that quietly collect vast amounts of data on the youngest consumers.

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