New Platform Can Take Photos From Your Phone, Turn Them Into ArtA new e-commerce platform launching Monday allows users to create one of a kind wall decor from photos on social media accounts and your camera roll.
Sylvester Stallone Celebrates #TBT With Photos From Filming Of Original 'Rocky'Stallone is currently nominated for a Best Supporting Oscar for his role in "Creed.'
Mayor Kenney Expands Twitter Chats To Engage Philadelphians EverywhereThe #AskKenney Twitter chats began when Jim Kenney was running for mayor, and just one month into his term, the mayor has announced he will be expanding the chats.
Philly-Based Tech Startup Raises More Than $27 Million In New Round Of FundingWith hundreds of clients and offices in New York and Seattle, a Philadelphia-based company is now getting lots of investor attention.
2016 Roots Picnic Lineup AnnouncedTickets to the festival go on sale Friday, February 5, at noon.
Facebook Cracks Down On Private Gun SalesFacebook, the world's largest social network, is cracking down on gun sales on its site and through its photo sharing service Instagram.
Two Penn Alumni Create Social Network For College AdmissionsHoping to bring transparency to the college admission process, two friends armed with law degrees from the University of Pennsylvania have created a social network similar to LinkedIn, but for students.
Snowy Forecast Has Area Singles Looking For A 'Blizzard Buddy'As winter storm Jonas approaches, area singles are turning to dating apps, Craigslist, and exes in search of a "Blizzard Buddy" to keep warm and busy during the storm.
Social Media Personality Snapped Up By Major Brand For Series Of 6 Second VideosRestaurant chain Fridays has partnered with the Vine star for a series of six-second videos to promote their 474 contest.
Now LIVE: Periscope Videos Play Directly In Twitter FeedLive videos and replays from the Twitter-owned video-streaming app Periscope will now play directly in the main Twitter app, in feeds, profile pages and search results.
Facebook Executive Predicts Phone Numbers Will Die This YearIn a blog post, David Marcus, the head of Facebook's chat service Messenger predicts 2016 will mark the end of phone numbers. Jonah Berger, Wharton professor and author of "Contagious: Why Things Catch On" agrees.
White House Joins Snapchat In Effort To Reach Millions Of UsersThe first post from the official account was a shot of the Oval Office with a bowl of apples in front and the word "Snapchat!" posted over it.