Philadelphia police are searching for three suspects, possibly as young as 13-years-of age, in connection with the burglary of a home earlier this week.
Fire officials in Bucks County are investigating what caused a laptop computer to explode, injuring the woman who was using it inside her Middletown Township home Sunday afternoon.
There is really not a one-size-fits-all laptop model when it comes to a perfect fit for running your business. Use these four questions to evaluate your laptop needs.
The PC looks to be nearing the end of its road, if recent sales figures are to be believed.
It’s the PC’s answer to Apple’s Macbook Air, the ultrabook, designed to be lighter and thinner than traditional laptops. But sales have been slim as well.
There’s plenty of summer left before it’s time to head back to school, but now is a good time to get started on shopping for your student.
Flying these days can be anything but an entertaining experience, but Southwest Airlines is trying a new service that puts live TV at your fingertips.
With laptops, smartphones and tablets, the expectation is ‘Internet anywhere.’ Now, Comcast is teaming up with other cable giants to offer free WiFi access when you’re traveling out of town.
When it comes to checking e-mail, desktops and laptops are about to get left in the dust of smartphones and tablets.
Police in Delaware are searching for a suspect who was caught on tape stealing a laptop from a wholesale shopping club earlier this week.
Court records indicate the boyfriend did admit to posting the sex video on line and that he did it in order to be hateful.
Will you be packing a laptop or a tablet in that bookbag when you’re heading back to school or going off to college? It can be a tough choice between performance and portability.
There are surveillance cameras all around the PATCO stations, but these criminals didn’t care.
3-On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan shows us how one savvy man used technology to get his stuff back and how you can too.
A Philadelphia-area school district agreed Monday to pay $610,000 to settle two lawsuits over secret photos taken on school-issued laptops.