Some people use Facebook to network, make new friends or stay in touch with old ones. Dave Killough is using it to find his birth mother.
Thousands of people turned out today Saturday for the 3rd annual Science Carnival on the Ben Franklin Parkway.
The digital divide is a very real thing in Philadelphia.
Turning the 27-story skyscraper into the world’s biggest video game is the brainchild of Drexel University professor Frank Lee, director of the computer game creation program there.
“The best scams out there leave people thinking they’ve done just fine,” notes Pennsylvania senior deputy attorney general Michael Foerster. He says that’s why donors should do some research first.
A study says one out of three adults aged 65 and up who use the internet also use social media.
A new add for Facebook Home shows a young woman ignoring the stories her family tells during supper.
You can’t get Facebook Home on your iPhone. But you will be able to get one of the most buzzed-about features from Facebook’s new mobile software.
In a years-old security bulletin, the government warned people not to use cell phones when pressure cooker bombs are suspected because it could trigger an explosion.
In both Philadelphia and across Pennsylvania, tax deadlines have been extended by one day due to government web site problems.
Customers who plug right into the wall to get their cable signal will have to get a converter box.
After weeks of rumors, Twitter quietly started a limited rollout of a new music feature that is expected to use the listening habits of users’ friends and contacts to recommend music.
“We have a long, long, long, long way before you will see the tactile material disappear,” Free Library president Siobhan Reardon told a Philadelphia City Council hearing.
Many of Pennsylvania’s state government websites are offline, and officials aren’t providing details about the cause or its likely duration.
Authorities say the break-in happened the morning of March 30th in the 1300 block of West Silver Street, in North Philadelphia.
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.