They’re kids from the Philadelphia area who might just come up with the next iPhone or create the next Amazon.
What Target calls its largest store on the east coast opens along Route 202 in King of Prussia on Sunday, but an even bigger battle is brewing for the shopping you do on your smartphone.
The legislature splits 60-40 in favor of Democrats. The districts won’t be redrawn until 2021 — but it could come years before that, if Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick gets his way.
Villanova University researchers have been awarded a Google Glass grant to develop a memory aid.
The SEPTA strike this month lasted only a day, but leaving Regional Rail riders without a train to board for even that short time still was an inconvenience for many.
The US Supreme Court has dealt an apparent death blow to a web upstart that aimed to change how we watch TV and how much we pay for it.
Amazon has taken the wraps off its own smartphone: the Fire Phone has a premium price but also some extras to set it apart from the iPhone and other Android devices.
Today marks two years since Julian Assange took refuge at Ecuador’s embassy in London. The Wikileaks founder hasn’t left the building — he can’t, out of fear he’ll be arrested and shipped out of England.
Google, which owns the site, is working on a premium service.
Lawmakers want to take New Jersey’s foot off Tesla’s brake: a bill that would allow the electric carmaker to sell in the state again has passed the Assembly without a single ‘no’ vote.
Protecting the Jersey shore from the next superstorm is one goal of a $100-million grant program announced today by Sally Jewell, secretrary of the US Department of the Interior.
What’s really in that bottle of juice? The Supreme Court has ruled food and drink makers can be sued over claims on a label. The case is a loss for Coca-Cola, but KYW’s Ian Bush reports it also could affect Campbell’s.
By Ian Bush PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The World Cup gets underway this afternoon, as Croatia takes on host country Brazil at 4pm. This time around, there are more ways than ever to watch the games […]
The Tea Party upset not only knocks out House speaker John Boehner’s top lieutenant, it also leaves the GOP without a Jewish member of Congress.
Internet denizens are taking a stand against suspicionless surveillance.