The Pennsylvania Public Interest Research Group says some toys are too loud or too small for safe play.
New Jersey is now the largest venue in America to offer online wagering.
Starting today, New Jersey joins only two other states — Delaware and Nevada — in offering Internet gambling within its borders.
It’s a new law in Philadelphia: commercial building owners must now use an EPA web site to calculate their energy usage, then report that figure annually to the city.
The Biogas Cogeneration facility is fueled by methane, the byproduct of what gathers at the end of the trail after millions of toilets are flushed each day.
A German gunmaker called Armatix is ready to sell the iP1 pistol in the US, which links to a wristwatch. Without the encoded wristwatch, the gun won’t fire.
There are 15 online “cyber” charters in Pennsylvania now, and six operators have applied to the state education department to run new ones.
North Jersey state senator Raymond Lesniak wants to allow international web gambling companies to be able to set up shop in the state, preferably in Atlantic City.
3-D printers create physical objects by depositing layer upon layer of a plastic substance that hardens. And they are coming down in price.
A new Tiger Woods Learning Center is open at a North Philadelphia school. But it’s not teaching golf.
The standards are being updated, according to a LEED official, because green building conventions and tools have become almost too easy to meet.
Bensalem public safety director Fred Harran says the BodeHITS Rapid DNA Initiative will take DNA testing to the next level.
Canadian trade officials said the black eye that a Canadian company got over the healthcare.gov web debacle shouldn’t diminish the accomplishments of other high-tech companies in that country.
As you might imagine, there are a couple of catches.
It’s an old-school title from the ’70s that has just set a Guinness world record thanks to a Drexel University professor and a University City skyscraper.
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.