Tech

Study: 'Digital Divide' Doesn't Reflect RealityThe 'digital divide' is a common term for the inequality between those who have the Internet and those who don't.
Dorney Park Offers To Rehire Special Needs Man After Social Media WrathAn avalanche of social media outrage force an about-face by Dorney Park. The amusement attraction has offered to rehire a special needs man who's worked there for 12 seasons.
Facebook Celebrating Its Users' Friendships For Its BirthdayFacebook is giving friendship collages to its 1.6 billion users in celebration of the social network's 12th birthday.
Facebook Shuts Down Medical Marijuana Pages In New JerseyThree of New Jersey's five medical marijuana dispensaries have had their business pages shutdown by Facebook, cutting off what advocates call an integral place for customers to learn about which plant strains best treat their illness and where to find discounts.
Family Friendly Car Tech Among Innovations On Display At Philadelphia Auto ShowThe Philadelphia Auto Show which continues through Sunday at the Pennsylvania Convention Center has become as much a place to see new technology as is it to find your next ride.
Survey: 92% Of Parents Play Video Games With Their KidsA recent survey finds that more and more parents are playing video games with their kids, but most aren't doing it because they're in to gaming.
Drexel Team Hoping To Design Transportation Of The Future Selected As Finalist In Weekend CompetitionJudges at Texas A&M picked Drexel and 21 other teams to move on from the crowd of more than 100 competitors.
Facebook Cracks Down On Private Gun SalesFacebook, the world's largest social network, is cracking down on gun sales on its site and through its photo sharing service Instagram.
Two Penn Alumni Create Social Network For College AdmissionsHoping to bring transparency to the college admission process, two friends armed with law degrees from the University of Pennsylvania have created a social network similar to LinkedIn, but for students.
New App Designed To Help People Find Sustainable, Local BusinessesShe says tens of thousand of people are using the app, and now the company is targeting communities like universities and workplaces who want to make a difference with their wallets.
Facebook To Expand Beyond Its 'Like' Button 'Pretty Soon', Adds Live Video Feature It won't be long before Facebook's 1.6 billion users have more ways to quickly express their feelings on the world's largest social network.
Penn Students Develop Concept To Shorten Beer Brewing ProcessWhat if brewers could speed-up the fermentation of beer? A trio of Penn students believe they've discovered a way to do that.

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