Can't Get A Date? Your Choice Of Phone Could Be To Blame.She's an Apple adherent. He's an Android enthusiast. And nary the twain shall meet.
And The Grammy Goes To...KYW's Own Larry Kane! Sort Of.Top honors at last night's Grammy Awards went to Adele. But, there was another battle brewing between Beyoncé, and KYW's own special contributor Larry Kane.
Wanted: More Women In Computer Science. Abington Answers The Call.The Abington Free Library wants YOU, if you're a girl in middle school, to be the future of technology.
Jefferson Hospital Lets You See Your Doctor From The Comfort Of HomeThe forecast leading up to the snowstorm had many people canceling plans -- including doctor's appointments.
Wireless Providers Put To The Test In PhillyWireless providers can make all the claims they want, but what's most important is how your cell phone holds up in the real world.
Where's The Remote? Snow Likely To Cause Spike In TV ViewersWe set a viewership record during a snowstorm last year. Is it in danger of being eclipsed?
T-Mobile Dominating Download Speeds In Philadelphia, Report FindsWhen it comes to 4G download speeds, T-Mobile outranks AT&T by more than 4 Mbps, and is about 50 percent faster than Verizon.
Safer Internet Day Aims To Get Parents, Kids Talking About Online ResponsibilityThis is 'Safer Internet Day,' a global event that centers around an examination of online privacy and personal responsibility.
Vizio Settles 'Spying TV' Lawsuit Filed By NJ Attorney GeneralVizio has settled a lawsuit filed by New Jersey's attorney general and the Federal Trade Commission over allegations of spying televisions.
A Look At The Tech Of The Philly Auto ShowIt's not just cars on display at the Philadelphia Auto Show, it's also technology.
At Work, Is Big Brother Hiding Behind Artificial Intelligence?Better safe than sorry: you should always assume your computer activity at work is being monitored. But there are new ways for the boss to peer over your shoulder while staying out of sight.
Comcast Kills The Cable TV Box? Almost.It's where TV is heading -- streaming, wherever and whenever you want it. So why are cable companies still tied to the set-top box?