In what has become a growing trend, a computer science professor at Stetson University in Deland, Fla., recently oversaw the development of an iPhone application created for students, by students.


College students have developed a slew of mobile applications for smart phones in recent years, but few projects have involved undergraduates. University of Southern California graduate engineering students, for example, created an iPhone application last year that gives users access to 6,300 radio stations worldwide for 99 cents. And a Carnegie Mellon University graduate student developed an app that gives control of a person's personal computer from anywhere in the world.


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