High Tech Times For Medical Marijuana In The US

In achieving this within the cannabis industry, an enormous opportunity exists for technologists to both standardize and create proper marketplaces within which to sell raw cannabis, as well as its derivatives.

Medical marijuana is now legal in 23 US states and it has prompted a market for cannabis related apps including those connecting producers with customers, delivery services and review sites. BBC Click‘s Sumi Das reports.

Potlines App Helps Marijuana Users Stay On The Right Path

An app by Potlines, helps to keep you out of trouble by providing up to date information on marijuana legalities, including the ability to get alerts sent to your phone.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:  Marijuana is already legal for medical and recreational use in the District of Columbia. Alaska, Oregon, Washington and Colorado also allow recreational use and possession of cannabis. Twenty-three states from Maine to California allow medical marijuana use. But if you are taking a road trip from the NorthEastern shore to Southern California, there Read the full article…

Apple Reverses Course, Allows Marijuana Apps In Marijuana-Legal States

Months after pulling the marijuana user social app MassRoots from the App Store, Apple  has reversed course and allowed the app in.

CALIFORNIA:  Months after Apple pulled marijuana user social app MassRoots from the App Store on November 4, 2014, the Cupertino company has reversed course and allowed the app in the App Store as long as its geo-restricted to the 23 states where marijuana is legal, MassRoots founder Isaac Dietrich told the San Francisco Chronicle.  “A few hours ago, an Apple Read the full article…

LA City Attorney Sues To Block Marijuana Delivery App

The suit alleges that the iPhone and Android free app, Nestdrop, is a "flagrant attempt" to bypass restrictions contained in Proposition D, the medical marijuana law approved by Los Angeles voters last year.

CALIFORNIA: The Los Angeles city attorney filed a lawsuit Tuesday to shut down a mobile phone application that arranges medical marijuana home deliveries.The suit alleges that the iPhone and Android free app, Nestdrop, is a “flagrant attempt” to bypass restrictions contained in Proposition D, the medical marijuana law approved by Los Angeles voters last year.Nestdrop links Read the full article…