“We are going to figure out how to stream light in between the raindrops or snowflakes so you don’t see the weather in front of you.”
Police Unveil New Surveillance System For Broad Street Run
Moira Baylson, of the mayor’s Office of the Arts (at left in photo), says the site grabs a long list of primary data from other public and private sources, making research one-stop shopping.
Ten years ago this week, Apple released iTunes. We’ve since bought more than 25 billion songs from the music store, but the digital-versus-analog debate still rages.
“Siri” is getting some serious competition. Google is out with its own personal assistant for iPhone and iPad.
Comedy Central is partnering with Twitter for the first ever comedy festival played out in 140 characters and six-second videos.
Cybersecurity concerns are taking a bigger bite out of business budgets, but one expert says it’s a lot cheaper to fend off an attack than it would be to pick up the pieces.
A website dedicated to helping students interested in public health has released its list of the most social media friendly police departments.
Some New Jersey Transit train passengers no longer need to line up at the ticket machines.
The Pennsylvania SPCA is asking for the public’s help regarding a kitten found Thursday that appears to have been intentionally set on fire.
Police commissioner Charles Ramsey says private surveillance systems have aided the Philadelphia Police Department in fighting crime on numerous occasions.
After several high-profile hacks, tech blogs are reporting that Twitter is testing new security measures.
Now in the third year of a five-year, $130-million grant, the hub will finally get its own building: a retrofit.
When Apple launched its iTunes music store a decade ago amid the ashes of Napster, the music industry — reeling from the effects of online piracy — was anxious to see how the new music service would shake out.
Students from Archbishop Ryan High School got a rare opportunity to play with million-dollar surgical equipment, in an unusual field trip to Temple University Hospital.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled a refreshed lineup of iPods and a smaller Apple TV during a presentation in San Francisco on Sept. 1, 2010.