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The seal of the Federal Communications Commission hangs inside the hearing room at the FCC headquarters February 26, 2015 in Washington, DC.  (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

FCC Votes To Approve ‘Net Neutrality’ Rules Reclassifying Internet As Public Utility

The Federal Communications Commission says city-owned broadband companies can expand and compete with commercial Internet providers.

02/26/2015

People take pictures of Pope Francis with their cell phones during a special audience for the Cassano allo Jonio diocese at the Vatican on February 21, 2015. AFP PHOTO / GABRIEL BOUYS (credit: GABRIEL BOUYS/AFP/Getty Images)

When Pope Is In Philadelphia, ‘Can You Hear Me Now?’

Nearly two million people are expected to swarm Philadelphia for the Pope’s visit in September. Many will want to share the events from their phones in real-time. But will cell networks be able to handle all that traffic?

02/23/2015

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City: Upgrade Makes Philly 311 Smarter, More Social

Just like your smartphone alerts you when a software upgrade is available, the city is putting out the word that Philly 311 has gotten an overhaul. Officials say customers are getting a smarter, more social service.

02/18/2015

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Drexel Univ. Tapped By Army Reserve To Train Cybersecurity Specialists

Drexel University is being deployed to the front lines of the cybersecurity fight. The US Army Reserve has picked the school, along with a half-dozen others across the country, to train soldiers in the field of information warfare.

02/10/2015

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Report: Apple Looks To Improve TV Experience, Start Own Service

In the battle for your TV screen, Comcast and Verizon could have new competition.

02/06/2015

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CHOP Doc: ‘The MMR Vaccine Doesn’t Increase Your Risk Of Autism. Not At All’

The anti-vaccine movement got a shot in the arm in the late 90s, when a medical journal published a paper claiming the Measles Mumps Rubella inoculation caused autism. It was discredited, but some people remain unconvinced by the science.

02/04/2015

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Temple Researchers Work To Arm Old Flu Drug Against New Threats

What if there were a way to fight the mutations that cause so much sickness each year? That’s what Temple University scientists are working on making a reality.

01/30/2015

Tam Minh Le.

Suspect in Double Murder at Schuylkill River Returned to Philadelphia Following Va. Arrest

Police sources tell KYW Newsradio that Tam Minh Le is in custody here after being extradited from Virginia.

KYW Newsradio 1060–01/29/2015

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Microsoft Offering Free Windows 10, Many Other Features

Microsoft had some tricks up its sleeve at an event Wednesday to unveil Windows 10, which comes out later this year.

01/22/2015

(Angela Navarro wipes away a tear during a rally and vigil in support of her effort to remain in the United States with her family.   November 2014 file photo by John McDevitt)

Woman Who Sought Sanctuary From Deportation in a Phila. Church Gets Permission to Stay in U.S.

Angela Navarro spent nearly two months living at West Kensington Ministry church to avoid deportation.

01/15/2015

(Pennsylvania attorney general Kathleen Kane, in 2013 file photo.  Credit: Bill Roswell)

Pa. Attorney General and Her Attorney Push Back Against Grand Jury Leak Probers

Kathleen Kane, a Democrat, said she’s disappointed by the process used to investigate her office and says an independent review would find that she’s done nothing wrong.

01/14/2015

Nucleus Intercom (Credit: Consumer Electronics Show)

Phila.-Area Companies Make Strong Showing at Consumer Electronics Show

Start-ups and small businesses from the Philadelphia area have been making waves this week at the Consumer Electronics Show.

01/09/2015

Attendees take a break at the 2015 International CES at the Sands Expo and Convention Center on January 6, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. CES, the world's largest annual consumer technology trade show, runs through January 9 and is expected to feature 3,600 exhibitors showing off their latest products and services to about 150,000 attendees.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Consumer Electronics Show Abuzz With Connected ‘Everything’

The week-long gadget frenzy continues in Las Vegas, and just about everything on display looks to take advantage of your Internet connection.

01/08/2015

Accused Trooper killer Eric Frein. (credit: Pennsylvania State Police)

Year In Review: Long Manhunt Ensues After Deadly Ambush Of Pa. State Trooper

A deadly attack on Pennsylvania State Troopers in the Poconos led to a seven-week manhunt for a gunman that left a rural community on edge.

12/28/2014

Delco Republican Pat Meehan File Photo (Credit: Ian Bush)

Local Congressman Says U.S. Should Consider Severe Sanctions In Response To Sony Pictures Hacking

Congressman Pat Meehan says more businesses, along with government agencies, the power grid — all are at risk of falling victim to cyber warfare.

12/19/2014

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