Apple Inc. is showing off a slew of new products that will be out in time for the holidays.
Microsoft’s second-generation Surface and other Windows-based devices will be in stores, and Apple is refreshing its iPad line.
You have enough to do in your real life that organizing your digital life, from email and social media, to photos and passwords, can seem overwhelming. A new book has some advice to help you get back on track.
With wearable technology this Halloween, you can make a terrifying fashion statement.
Common Application officials say they’ve fixed a couple of issues, including one that led students to submit application payments multiple times.
When overnight shipping just doesn’t cut it, and you don’t have time to stop at a store, Verizon is offering same-day delivery in Philly, with an eye on expanding to more cities.
Just ahead of the special Election Day in New Jersey, political celebrities are going public in support of their favored candidates.
A student at the Villanova School of Business is getting real-world experience that’s a lot more hands-on than an internship: he owns an arcade at the shore.
Disappointment for fans of the Jonas Brothers — the group was supposed to kick off a tour in Delaware County this week, but the shows are off.
Drexel’s basketball arena gets a complete transformation for the tournament.
The password for an iTunes account can get a cyberthief $8, according to one computer security expert.
They’re not the newest Nikes, but these “Toms” sneakers are great for gym class.
Even if your cell phone is on the “Do Not Call” list you could still be getting hounded by unwanted calls and marketing messages.
The slip matching all five white balls — but not the red Powerball — was sold at Loges’ Newsstand, at 18th and Chestnut Streets.
There are some important steps to take before you take the plunge.