The American Red Cross' new iOS and Android app emits a siren from a user's phone whenever a local tornado warning is issued. So what do you think? Would you download and use it? Comment below, why or why not... http://www.fastcompany.com/3006542/tech-forecast/american-red-cross-launches-tornado-app
I asked Vidal if I could photograph him in the same place that I met him for this next announcement. In only four days, we’ve raised over $700,000 for Vidal’s classmates at Mott Hall Bridges Academy....
the WeTap app developed by UCLA gives users the location of drinking fountains using GPS and Google Maps, rates the quality of the faucets, and shares the news with other users. The app relies on the world’s largest database for drinking water sources, as well as crowdsourced data from users. You can also use it report broken water fountains, so that future thirsty travelers don’t try to use it. T
Here are 8 apps designed to get you through severe weather, whether it's rain or snow. Very cool... Know exactly what time it will rain or snow and watch inclement weather roll in live on radar map. http://www.cnn.com/2013/02/09/tech/mobile/apps-winter-storm/index.html?iid=article_sidebar
Fire Tornado Caught on Cam! You have to see this. A wildfire in the Angeles National Forest cut short the Labor Day weekend for thousands of visitors. The fire broke out near a campground Sunday afternoon and quickly grew to 3,600 acres. For wildfire guides and prep materials go to our website nokep.org/wildfire.htm