Former President Bill Clinton spoke at the inaugural Klick Ideas Exchange, which featured doctors, authors, noted medical researchers, and business management experts.
Philadelphia was a lot more colorful on Sunday, with rainbow flags waving and confetti falling from floats along Market Street in Old City.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie says he’ll decide in the next few weeks whether a run for the White House is in the cards.
Since the beginning of 2012, nearly 4.9 million tickets have been doled out.
Solving problems in the Middle East has never been a simple prospect, but that’s the goal for a Temple University professor who’s heading to Gaza and the West Bank.
You’ll soon be able to watch the popular premium channel “Showtime” without paying the cable guy.
Under scrutiny is the Beats by Dr. Dre Pill XL: could its battery be a fire hazard?
More than 200,000,000 people still use Windows XP, despite Microsoft ending support for the operating system last year. But for those running newer versions of Windows, KYW tech editor Ian Bush reports the company is pushing a reminder to your screen of a free upgrade.
What to do with all those digital photos on your phone, tablet, camera, and computer? Google has a solution for you, and it doesn’t cost a dime.
There are just a few weeks of tinkering to go for some Philadelphia-area developers competing in a worldwide $100,000 challenge.
The Maryland men were taking on the University of Denver at Lincoln Financial Field, with the NCAA championship on the line. Denver won, 10-5.
Last year, you couldn’t escape ‘Fancy’. What will be the song of the summer this time around?
The board of the Philadelphia Parking Authority has given a thumbs-up to a system called Pango, a free smartphone app that allows you to feed the meter (or kiosk) with your cell phone.
The first tickets are earmarked for subscribers to the rapper’s fledgling music streaming service — called Tidal.
Maybe you’re trying to lose weight, or control diabetes or high blood pressure. Or maybe you’re an athlete looking for ways to improve performance. A Philadelphia-based startup wants to help by adding technology to your table.