WeatherBug is a brand owned by Earth Networks, Ask.com and IAC/InterActiveCorp based in Germantown, Maryland, that provides live weather data and maintains continuously monitored weather stations throughout the United States, mainly located at public and private schools, educational institutions such as museums, partner television stations and other various venues. In addition to its weather station network, the company operates a dense lightning sensor network that uses broadband technology to continuously track total lightning in hurricanes. In January 2011, Earth Networks announced it was starting a network for measuring greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. The program is available for download from WeatherBug's website, websites of the approximately 85 TV partners, and was formerly distributed through the AOL Instant Messenger installation utility. WeatherBug is also available for download for Windows Phone 7 via the Windows Phone Marketplace, iPhone OS via the App Store, Symbian via the Ovi Store, BlackBerry phones via BlackBerry App World, and for Android phones via Android Market. WeatherBug Direct is a line of free applications for mobile devices, including WeatherBug Direct for BlackBerry OS and WeatherBug Direct for Windows Mobile. The WeatherBug desktop application is considered to be malware by some security services. read more
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