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8:14am

Tue March 11, 2014
Politics and Government

Oswego city reporting app still a success, even with drawbacks

The home screen of Oswego's City Sourced app.
Credit Jason Smith / WRVO

It's been about six months since the city of Oswego launched a mobile app allowing residents to report problems directly to city departments. The app, which cost $5,000 to build and $2,000 to maintain, has had a reduced number of reports recently, but Common Councilor Eric VanBuren said it has still been helpful for the city.

VanBuren helped get the app passed by the city last fall and said there are more than 400 users of the program.  He said the app has been a good investment even though the winter season has reduced the number of reports received.

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7:56am

Mon November 25, 2013
Regional Coverage

New app makes plowing the driveway a breeze

Mark Hogan Flickr

Much of central New York got it’s first taste of winter this weekend. One local entrepreneur is hoping it sparks interest in a smartphone app that’ll bring a snowplow to your doorstep.

Plowz is a free smartphone app, and its creators hope it will help take the shovel out of your hands on those Syracuse mornings when you wake up to a snow clogged driveway.

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9:54am

Fri November 9, 2012
Technology

Kodak app aims to attract new users to old technology

Credit Eastman Kodak

Kodak has launched a free iPhone app to help photography enthusiasts in the U.S and Europe work with their film stock.

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