You’ve probably used Google Maps before, but did you know the website also has something called Google Trekker?
In a blog post, Instagram says, “Through trending Tags and trending Places, you can experience moments like #bonnaroo or #fathersday from every perspective.”
If you’ve ever wished you could un-send an email, Google is giving you that option.
The “Marvel Experience” opens on Wednseday. It’s a mobile theme park that packs a punch.
Business Insider has released a list of the best ice cream in every state and an Old City shop famous for soda fountains, splits, and sundaes was named best in Pennsylvania. KYW’s social media editor Melony Roy reports the list was created with the help of a social network.
It’s designed by a Philadelphia non-profit.
The space agency set up shop today at the Franklin Institute, aiming to educate the public about research aboard the International Space Station and how it benefits us back here on Earth.
Planned Parenthood affiliates in California have launched a new mobile app that allows men and women to order confidential STD testing kits through their mobile devices.
KYW Newsradio social media editor Melony Roy reports daily on what’s trending around the region and the world.
When users scroll through their Twitter feeds and see a video, it will begin to automatically play, with the sound muted.
A British company claims emoji passwords are easier to remember and are more secure — with 44 emojis to choose from, there are about 3.5 million possible permutations.
According to data tracked by HTTP Archive, the average time to download a website has increased.
A couple of dozen protesters, in matching red T-shirts, stood outside Council chambers, some holding signs calling on Comcast to “pay (its) fair share.”
Remember, savvy travelers do not live by GPS alone!
A set of “HealthKit” features in the upcoming iOS 9 will allow users to track their reproductive health, including how often they have sex.
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.