According to Science magazine, Facebook’s facial-recognition technology is now “as accurate as a human being at a few constrained facial recognition tasks.”
It’s almost Valentine’s Day, and if you could write a love note to your favorite part of Philadelphia, what would you say?
Drexel University is being deployed to the front lines of the cybersecurity fight. The US Army Reserve has picked the school, along with a half-dozen others across the country, to train soldiers in the field of information warfare.
Now, joining .com, .org, .info, and other Internet domains, there’s .lgbt.
The study claims that women who used Twitter to vent about sexism showed signs of increased well-being after three days.
In the battle for your TV screen, Comcast and Verizon could have new competition.
Under the guidance of doctors and staff, fifth- and sixth-graders from Germantown Academy were taught the basics of robotic surgery at Temple Hospital.
Councilman Curtis Jones’ district includes the neighborhood of Manayunk, where Shane Montgomery died last fall after leaving a bar on Main Street.
Leveling The Internet Playing Field With Government Regulation: What The FCC’s Proposal Means For You
The head of the FCC has outlined his plan for the future of the Internet: it involves the government regulating the web like it does with phone service. The idea is not to let providers play favorites with sites, but how would it work in practice? KYW tech editor Ian Bush explains.
The 85-year-old Aldrin gave the audience a glimpse into his time as an astronaut and what it meant for him to have the opportunity to walk on the moon.
From classics to sports cars to vehicles of the future, there’s something for everyone.
The ephemeral messaging app used by over 100 million smartphone users to send pictures and videos that self-destruct will now host news coverage.
It’s called the Blackstone Launchpad at Temple, and its purpose is to develop flexible, entrepreneurial mindsets that lead to business ventures generating revenue, jobs, and career paths.
One of the cars on display at the Philadelphia Auto Show is built by local school students — and it runs on used fryer oil from Federal Donuts.
Officials and students cut the ribbon for a new, high-tech space at Highland Regional High School, in Blackwood, NJ.
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.