If you want to go where nobody knows your name, Facebook has launched a new app.
ColorOfChange.org is hosting the series of Twitter Townhalls beginning at 9pm each Thursday, during the commercial breaks of “Scandal.”
The program, called “Hopeline,” is a joint effort among the Philadelphia local of the Fraternal Order of Police, the Philadelphia Police Department, Verizon, and the organization “Women Against Abuse.”
It’s not even Halloween, but already retailers are trying to win your holiday shopping dollars with promises of bargains that rival Black Friday’s.
It’s all part of a partnership between the Centennial School District and Shop Rite to give students hands-on experience running a business.
Bringing all of that billionaire brainpower to Philadelphia was a coup for the city, and one that officials including Mayor Nutter hope to see repeated.
Imagine every time you take your dog for a walk, you are helping other dogs with every step! A new app does that and it’s doesn’t cost you a penny.
“I was patient zero” — the first victim of cyber-bullying — says Monica Lewinsky.
Two La Salle University freshmen have developed a way for you to charge your cell phone just by wearing a jacket.
Earl Johnson (at left in photo) is one of four Penn Wood students who helped developed the winning app, called “Fear No Bully.”
Justice Seamus McCaffery, caught in a porn e-mail scandal, is accusing the court’s chief justice, Ron Castille, of trying to use the scandal to take him down.
CBS announced the launch of CBS All Access, a new digital subscription video on demand live streaming service for the CBS Television Network.
The Lonely Project is a mobile website that displays tweets about loneliness.
Could a person’s death be caused by malicious takeover of an automobile, or an appliance, or a medical device?
A new report by a global travel industry intelligence and marketing firm ranks Philadelphia as one of the world’s leaders when it comes to social media for September 2014.
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.