Can Youths In Camden 'Hackathon' Help Struggling City Help Itself?Can computer coding help turn this impoverished city around? One nonprofit group thinks so.
Facebook Testing Profile Videos As Alternative To Profile PicturesThe company announced it's testing a new feature called "profile videos," that operate in place of the traditional "profile photo."
Some Turning To Digital Toys To Amuse Cats And Dogs“Friskies” has an app so your cat can chase moving fish on a phone or tablet.
Report: Twitter May Expand 140-Character Limit With New ProductTwitter is reportedly building a new product that would extend the 140-character count of tweets.
Facebook Privacy Hoax Returns To News FeedsA Facebook hoax has begun making the rounds (again) leading some users to think that Facebook is going to start charging for photos and other content.
City Official Hoping To Put Philly's Tech Scene In SpotlightOfficials here say the city's tech scene wants and deserves national attention.
PATCO GM: Wifi Will Be Available To Riders In OctoberPATCO riders will soon be able to check their email and send tweets from trains and stations via free WiFi.
Snapchat Snaps Up NFL DealThe NFL is now making exclusive content for popular messaging service.
Crews Install Technology To Boost Cell Phone Service During Papal VisitFor people planning to text, Tweet, and Facebook up a storm during the Pope's visit, the big wireless companies say they've done all they can to try to ensure a strong signal. Whether that will translate to 'bars' on your smartphone remains to be seen.
#IStandWithAhmed: Social Media Responds With Messages Of Support For Texas TeenOn social media, the teen has found some high-profile supporters, including President Barack Obama, Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg, and the Internet community.
New Promotion Encourages Visitors To Philly To Snap And Share Their PhotosThe #VisitPhilly photo spots promotion began in June to connect with locals and the millions of visitors traveling to Philadelphia
The Facebook Dislike Button Is On Its Way Facebook is working a “dislike” button, finally giving users one of the most frequently requested features.