Last year, you couldn’t escape ‘Fancy’. What will be the song of the summer this time around?
The board of the Philadelphia Parking Authority has given a thumbs-up to a system called Pango, a free smartphone app that allows you to feed the meter (or kiosk) with your cell phone.
The first tickets are earmarked for subscribers to the rapper’s fledgling music streaming service — called Tidal.
Maybe you’re trying to lose weight, or control diabetes or high blood pressure. Or maybe you’re an athlete looking for ways to improve performance. A Philadelphia-based startup wants to help by adding technology to your table.
It’s tough to wrap your brain around something so miniscule it’s a thousand times smaller than a human hair. But when it comes to these nanoparticles, visualizing and measuring them can be a matter of life and death. That’s where a company based at the University City Science Center comes in.
Bloomberg News is citing “people with knowledge of the matter” in its report that Comcast is “planning to walk away” from the deal.
Google is getting into the wireless game — announcing cell phone service it hopes will entice AT&T and Verizon Wireless customers to jump ship.
How about a 3D model of your face for $25, or a full-body statuette for $125? A center city company can do it.
Eagles fans will have one of the first apps designed for the brand-new device.
A Manayunk software developer thinks it should be less complicated to do your civic duty.
The start of the fifth annual Philly Tech Week was postponed from Friday evening to Saturday evening because weather was threatening the outdoor event.
It’s part of a new program by the US Department of Homeland Security, called “iGuardian.”
The VA inspector-general found more than 31,000 claims and questions from veterans collecting dust for an average of nearly a year, and the personal information of veterans and VA staff left in a kitchen area for anyone to see.
New ways to fight off a cyberattack that holds your files for ransom — or to prevent it — are emerging.
A Philadelphia-based coffee chain is putting one of its stores in the hands of Drexel University students, allowing them to get experience and college credit while working.