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.
Convention In Philly Sparks Bright Ideas For Smarter, Healthier Home And OfficeThe lighting industry took over the Pennsylvania Convention Center this past week for their annual trade show focusing on architectural and commercial design.
Cyclists Roll Out For Penn Medicine's Million Dollar Bike RideHundreds of cyclists will hit the streets in and around Philadelphia on Saturday May 20th, in the name of defeating rare diseases.
76ers Put Club Together For New NBA 2K eSports LeagueSoon to suit up for the Philadelphia 76ers will be players that won't ever hit the hardwood. The game this team is playing is on a screen.
Local Republicans Explain 'No' Vote On Health Care BillSeveral local Congressmen skipped the White House celebration of the bill's passage, and for good reason.
Voice-Copying Tech Shows Promise, RiskA startup says its innovation can simulate any human voice and make it say anything you want. But the technology raises new and critical questions.
To Beat Brain Drain, Governor Wolf Pushes Perception ChangeGovernor Tom Wolf told a gathering at a Philly Tech Week event Wednesday at Temple University that his administration is working to change perceptions of Pennsylvania.
Philly's Tech Sector Accelerating, But Not Running On All CylindersPhiladelphia's technology sector boasts higher average salaries than other jobs, thousands of openings, and growth second only to the Bay Area, a region synonymous with tech.