Some Government Cold War Contingency Plans Still Apply In Case Of Nuclear AttackFrom 'duck and cover' to 'fire and fury': as North Korea and the US exchange nuclear threats, some of our government's Cold War contingency plans still apply.
PA Congressman Puts Forth Bill On Self-Driving TechAutomakers and technology firms are full speed ahead on self-driving technology.
The Great American Eclipse: What You'll See In Philadelphia, ElsewhereGet ready for a spectacle in the sky later this month: August 21st brings a total eclipse of the sun, the first in 99 years to cross the U.S. from coast to coast.
New Electric Car Features Single PedalThe 2018 Nissan Leaf does have a traditional setup with brake and accelerator pedals, but that gas can do double duty.
Penn Grad Students Keep A Smart Eye On Philly BridgesPhiladelphia has a dubious distinction: it's home to the 15 most-traveled structurally-deficient bridges in Pennsylvania.
Disney Shows Off 'Magical' VR ExperienceYou're in your own world when wearing a virtual reality headset, but Disney is trying to make VR a more social experience.
New TSA Electronics Regulations Coming To Airports Carrying your iPad or Kindle on board a flight? Not before you submit to new security rules coming soon to Philadelphia International and other airports across the country.
Couple's Data-Driven Quest To Find Best Coffee In PhillyDan Larson and wife Lynsey are self-confessed coffee obsessives -- and they dig data, too.
Nintendo To Release 'Significantly More' SNES Classics Than NESCome September 29, the new SNES Classic can be yours. For $80, you get the console, two controllers and HDMI output.
New Survey Points To Tech Hiring Bonanza In PhiladelphiaIf you have information technology skills, there's a good chance Philadelphia companies want you.
Christie Signs State IT Consolidation OrderA boost for information security and efficiency: that's what Governor Christie says will be the result of an executive order on technology he signed on Thursday.
Kellogg's Closing Its Montgomery County Distribution Center; Nearly 300 Employees To Lose JobsMore than 1,500 Kellogg's employees are being let go across the country as the cereal and snack-maker close dozens of its distribution centers.

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