KYW tech editor Ian Bush reports baseball fans are invited to geek out on Saturday in Center City.
A new car offers relief from speeding tickets by paying attention to speed limit signs when the driver might not be.
Earning a medical degree is one way to be a doctor, but online it’s the only way — that is if an Internet regulator gets its way.
Police charged one 15-year-old boy in connection with the murder last Thursday of a man walking his dog in West Philadelphia, and a second 15-year-old, the alleged triggerman, surrendered to authorities early Friday morning.
It’s the latest addition to the online Google Cultural Institute, an effort by the digital info company to capture significant artworks for all the world to share.
There’s a new kind of Internet address that likely will appeal to those with grievances to air.
KYW tech editor Ian Bush reports it’s the latest planned offering for cable cord-cutters.
Apple’s new device makes calls, checks email, and lets you use apps. Sounds like an iPhone — but this touch screen is strapped to your wrist. KYW tech editor Ian Bush reports it comes out late next month.
Paying with a credit card while traveling outside of the country isn’t always a seamless experience, but one company says your smartphone could make it much easier.
The Federal Communications Commission says city-owned broadband companies can expand and compete with commercial Internet providers.
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?
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.
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.
In the battle for your TV screen, Comcast and Verizon could have new competition.
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.