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An Apple customer displays the iPad, left, next to his iPhone on April 7 in Palo Alto, Calif. In time for the widely expected launch of a new iPhone model, carrier AT&T Inc. is pulling in the reins on data usage by its customers with smart phones and iPads.
July 22, 2010
ALPHARETTA, Ga. (AP) -- See a pothole that needs to be filled?
There's an app for that.
Alpharetta officials have launched a new system for reporting
minor hazards using a free application for smart phones.
It's called SeeClickFix and it lets residents flag the location,
take a picture of the offense and notify the city of the problem.
The complaint appears on the city's Web site with a time stamp.
It started in mid-June and so far, residents have submitted 31
separate complaints. Officials say more than half have been
Alpharetta is the only city in metro Atlanta signed up to the
Information from: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution,
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