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.
It’s not hardware but instead software that Apple is talking up during its developers conference in San Francisco. A free update is coming this fall for Mac desktops and laptops.
A new feature on a popular mobile security app takes a novel approach in the fight against smartphone theft.
DA Tom Hogan says the operation, dubbed “Operation Spider Web,” netted $60 million worth of coke with a street value several times greater, from a Mexican cartel running a 20-year business out of a house in East Marlbourogh Township.
“He was arrested back in the middle of 2011,” says CNET editor-at-large Tim Stevens, “and basically the next day turned and started to help them identify some of the major hackers they wanted to bring down.”
Next Monday, Apple will unveil its latest products on stage in San Francisco. But already we’re getting a sense of what the company has up its sleeve — and it has to do with where you live.
The little search engine from Chester County that could’ has really come into its own: DuckDuckGo hit a billion searches last year in the fallout from NSA leaker Edward Snowden’s revelations.
Emily Letts, a counselor at a South Jersey women’s health center, says her video is a virtual way to hold the hand of any woman who’s confronted with an unexpected pregnancy.
Chris Bobbit, Vice President at Mark Group, an energy efficiency consultancy based at the Navy Yard in Philadelphia, says the basement and attic are frequent offenders.
But some security analysts wonder if the push toward chip-and-PIN technology is already too little, too late.
Asthma inhalers haven’t changed much over the decades, but a Drexel student has come up with a way that could revolutionize how people manage the disease.
Step one: redesign the inhaler.
Software giant SAP, based in Delaware County, Pa., is welcoming five new employees — people on the autism spectrum.
“Reports that we’re gutting the open Internet are incorrect,” said FCC chairman Tom Wheeler to the annual gathering of the National Cable and Telecommunications Association.
More than 30 million students and teachers use Gmail as part of the free “Apps for Education” service.